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My little kids love this Pokemon Sensory Bottle I made for them, when their older siblings are hunting for Pokemon on Pokemon Go! Now my littles can have their very own lure in a bottle, complete with pink confetti.
Kids will have so much fun shaking the glittery sensory bottle trying to catch them all!
Related: You should also check out these other Pokemon Crafts for Kids for more Pokemon inspiration. (affiliates included)
The perfect sensory bottle for kids is one you and your kid likes. Our Pokemon Sensory Bottle would be perfect to make at a Pokemon Go Birthday Party as a party favor guests can take home.
Choose your favorite Pokemon minifigure to add to the sensory bottle.
Sensory bottles are a great way to keep bored kids occupied, and loud kids quiet. Add a small squirt of glow in the dark paint for a bedtime sensory bottle.
Just be sure that whatever container you use, that you superglue or otherwise permanently fasten the cap on. Last thing you want is a wet, sticky mess in the morning because your kid took the cap off in the middle of the night.
Here’s how to make your own Pokemon Sensory Bottle:
Pokemon Sensory Bottle
Supplies you will need:
Using a funnel, add Pokemon confetti to bottle. Make sure the confetti is not paper or else it will get soggy and fall apart in the sensory bottle.
Add Pokemon minifigure.
Add 1 Tablespoon of regular pink glitter. Then add 2 teaspoons or so of super fine pink glitter.
Add 1-2 drops blue food coloring. If you want your Pokemon Sensory Bottle to glow in the dark, add the glow-in-the-dark paint now. Just a small squirt, or the water will get cloudy. Add enough water to fill bottle 1/2 inch from the top.
Using superglue or other adhesive, secure cap to bottle.
Shake to combine everything and that’s it!
Now your little ones will have fun with their own Pokemon lure in a bottle.
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Leave a comment: Did your kids enjoy this Pokemon Sensory Bottle?