pine needle discovery bottles - Make with the kids at preschool. Add water, pine needles, and glitter to a water bottle and hot glue cap on top. Use different evergreen, so the kids can see the difference. Kind of a 'I Spy' theme
Make these simple sensory bottles as a hands-on manipulative to talk about the weather. Great for circle time! I would use this in a kindergarten class. put the children in 5 groups and let them tell class mates what they think about their bottle.
Nature Inspired Sensory Bottles can be used in many ways. They can be used for safe no mess safe sensory play, a teaching aid, a time out tool, and to help children (and adults) calm down and unwind. They are also the perfect way for babies and toddlers t
Nature Inspired Sensory Bottles can be used for safe no mess safe sensory play, a teaching aid, a time out tool, and to help children (and adults) calm down and unwind. They are also the perfect way for babies and toddlers to safely investigate natural it
The Garden Classroom - Helping Kids Learn and Play in Nature
Here's a fun activity. Foaming Dough you can use to make Magic Foaming Snowmen that "melt" into an icy puddle of frothy foam! IG partners can work together to make the snow, build the snowmen, decorate them, and watch them melt!
Rain Bottle ~ fill a dry empty bottle with a box of toothpicks. Add rice (uncooked) to the bottle leaving an empty space of about 1 inches at the top. Seal the lid. As you gently turn the bottle, the rice falls through the toothpicks, sounding like rain.