Superheroes are universally appealing for boys and girls which is one of the best things about this sensory bottle. It is also so simple to create. We used similar items last month to create a superheroes sensory bag.
Superheroes Sensory Bottle
- water bottle (I used a Voss bottle)
- superheroes stickers (the ones I used happened to be glow-in-the-dark ones)
- Spiderman squishy head
- liquid hand soap
- optional: hot glue
To assemble this sensory bottle, empty the water out of the water bottle and fill it about a quarter of the way up with liquid hand soap. Add a few of the superheroes stickers. Squeeze the squishy head to be able to get it through the opening of the bottle and push it in. Add another layer of the liquid hand soap and a few more stickers. Finish it off with more of the liquid soap before putting the lid back on the bottle.
If you will be giving this superheroes sensory bottle to younger children, you may want to use hot glue to secure the lid.
A tip for getting your sensory bottle to look the way you want it to:
Before adding the lid back onto the sensory bottle, use a bamboo skewer to push down, push over, turn around, and maneuver the stickers to the place you want them to be in. This way the front of the stickers will be facing outwards.
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We used many of these same items to make a Superheroes Sensory Bag which the kids really enjoyed as well.