Well now that I've sapped myself up and am smiling goofy style here is a project for all those kids (and maybe even adults as we had fun looking at them before we gave them to the kids..he he.) who have visual stimulation sensory needs. The Sensory Bottle. Pictures of what you'll need and the finished project are listed below, as well as a link to our you tube channel for instructions on how to put it together. Enjoy!!!
Always with love and Gratitude,
|Because every project should start off right.|
|Things that you think would visual stimulate your kid. Here's some of our kids favorites.|
|Any water bottle or bottle with a large opening. Voss water bottle was perfect for this project. You'll also need crazy glue to glue the cap on, and the infamous duct tape just as extra precaution to keep the lid on it.|
|We took the letter beads and spelled out our kids names. Now, we put them in unstrung, but you can definitely string them together and then put them in the bottle if ya want to.|
|TA DA!!! Really cool sensory bottle for on the road, I spy games, and working their muscles by shaking it up.|
Follow the link below for video instructions on how to make your own sensory bottle!!