St Patricks Day Sensory Bottle for Toddlers

Sensory bottles for toddlers and preschoolers are a must! They're easy to do and you can get super creative choosing all the different things to fill them with like glitter, sequins and more. One of our latest favourites is this glittery dream, a St Patricks Day sensory bottle filled with St. Patrick's Day-themed confetti. Your little ones are going to go nuts and absolutely love exploring this Shamrock Sensory Bottle

St Patricks Day sensory bottle

Keeping a collection of fun and stunning sensory bottles is a total life hack when you have little ones looking to be entertained. Babies and toddlers can explore items usually out of reach to them by playing with a sensory bottle.  Check out our collection of sensory bottles and sensory bags

Sensory bottles for toddlers

Sensory Bottle for Toddlers

In our experience, sensory bottles for toddlers are a lifesaver! They get a kick out of exploring colours and movement but one of our favourite perks is that these bottles are extremely useful to calm down upset children. Have you ever tried watching a sensory bottle settle after it has been shaken? It is so relaxing. 

St Patricks Day Sensory Bottle Supplies

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  • Shamrock confetti
  • Gold dot confetti
  • Lime green glitter
  • 1 (16 ounce) plastic storage/sensory bottle 
  • 2 to 3 (6 ounce) bottles Elmer's Glue in clear
  • About 1 cup warm water

How to make your Shamrock Sensory Bottle 

How to make sensory bottles supplies

Supplies to make sensory bottles

STEP 1: Start by getting the glue into the bottle.

Empty one bottle of glue into the sensory bottle to start making your St Patricks Day sensory bottle

STEP 2: Mix warm water and glue

Fill the empty glue bottle about half full with warm water (about ¼ cup) and seal with the lid. Shake well to combine the remaining glue with the water. Pour into your sensory bottle and shake or stir to combine.

STEP 3: Add glitter and confetti

Now it's time to add your green glitter and gold and shamrock confetti. At this point you can add any other glitter or toys that you want to float around in your sensory bottle. Just add all the items into your sensory bottle. 

How to make sensory bottles

STEP 4: Get the perfect glue-water ratio

Seal the jar and shake well. If the glitter or confetti does not move easily, add more warm water. If the glitter or confetti, moves to quickly, add additional glue. Continuing adding in layers with the glitter and confetti until you achieve your desired effect.

STEP 5: Seal the lid to avoid spills

When the contents of the bottle move according to your preference, seal the bottle and glue the lid closed to avoid spills. You may not need to do this if you know your toddler won't try to remove the lid. 

Shamrock sensory bottles for toddlers

STEP 6: Add your final touches

If desired, cover the lid with duct tape or additional decorations.

St Patricks Day sensory bottles for toddlers

This St Patricks day sensory bottle is a delight to make and play with. It only takes a few materials and you'll be on your way to give your toddler a magical and fun experience. We hope your kids have a blast making and playing with this glittery sensory bottle for toddlers.

St Patricks Day sensory bottle. Sensory bottles for toddlers are easy to make and fun to use.

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