Easter Sensory bottles give babies and toddlers a way to get in on the holiday fun! Plus it’s another use for some of that Easter grass!
How to Create an Easter Sensory Bottle
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- Easter grass
- craft foam
- Sharpie markers – we like lots of colors
- plastic bottle (we grabbed a jar from the recycling)
Cut egg shapes from craft foam in fun colors. I drew some designs on the eggs, just for added adorableness. Then I placed the eggs into the plastic jars with the Easter grass.
Use hot glue or super glue to glue the lid on. Once it’s dry, I gave it to my baby to get playing!
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