This winter sensory bottle is filled with gorgeous iridescent glitter and snowflakes—and its frosty blueish tinge makes it perfect for kids who love Frozen! Find out how to create your own glittery snowstorm-in-a-bottle in under 10 minutes with this easy winter craft!
Looking for an easy way to entertain your kids and get them excited for Halloween? This super simple jack-o’-lantern sensory bottle only takes a few minutes to make, but it’s sure to keep even younger kids entertained—and glitter jars are also a great tool for helping children regulate their emotions when they’re feeling upset!
Need help figuring out what to do with your toddler or preschooler this October? This free activity planner is filled with fall-themed activities, fun art projects, cool science experiments and spooky sensory play ideas that you can easily set up at home! It includes everything you need to have a great time in the weeks before Halloween—so you can spend less time planning and more time with your family!
This gorgeous starry night sensory bottle is made using small stars that glow in the dark when charged under a light source! It’s the perfect night-time calm-down bottle to help kids fall asleep, and the glow from the stars will fade on its own as they doze off!
Sensory bottle recipes often call for glitter glue, but if you don’t have any on hand or are looking to cut costs, can you recreate its effect using fine glitter and clear glue? I tested it out so you don’t have to!