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St. Patrick's day is right around the corner and what a fun way to get the kids ready than doing an activity together. There are so many St. Patrick's Day kids crafts out there so the options are endless. I like simple and easy. If I can get by without a huge mess, that's also a huge plus in my book. We love this St. Patrick's Day Sensory Bottle for more reasons than one.
St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Bottle
If your kids love to do arts and crafts you could very possibly have these supplies on hand already. If not, they are not expensive by any means, you could also find them at the Dollar Store.
16oz. Sensory bottle – any water bottle will work
1 tsp. Green water beads
Optional: tape or glue – just to secure the top on
Pour water beads into a bowl. Add 1 cup of water. Set aside and allow the water beads to reach full size. Add more water if necessary.
Drain the water beads with a colander.
Add more water beads. Fill the bottle about ¾ full with items.
Pour water into the bottle until full. Close and secure the lid well with tape or glue.
How fun was this?! The kids will love playing with it and tipping it upside down just to watch the coins and beads fall. Many use these sensory bottles as calming bottles as well. They do wonders as timers. What St. Patrick's Day crafts and activities do you have planned for your kiddos this year? Let me know in the comments below!
- 16oz. Sensory bottle - any water bottle will work
- 1 tsp. Green water beads
- Green beads
- Gold coins
- Optional: tape or glue - just to secure the top on
- Pour water beads into a bowl. Add 1 cup of water. Set aside and allow the water beads to reach full size. Add more water if necessary.
- Drain the water beads with a colander.
- Scoop a few water beads into the bottle. Add beads and coins.
- Add more water beads. Fill the bottle about ¾ full with items.
- Pour water into the bottle until full. Close and secure the lid well with tape or glue.