Monday, February 20, 2012

How to make Science/ Discovery Bottles


For my Post on how to make LOTS and I mean LOTS of amazing Discovery Bottles visit this link I have WONDERFUL TIPS AND IDEAS and more plus tons of pics on my permanent site Familylicious

15 comments:

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas said...

thanks for sharing all these ideas for discovery bottle ideas on the Sunday Showcase!

I have been making a few for my daughter to use with words/reading and it's always fun to see all the other creative ways they can be used!

I shared on Facebook.
Bern

Kim @ The Learning Hypothesis said...

I LOVE THIS! I pinned it. Thanks for sharing such an awesome idea. I can't wait to put some of these on my shelves!

Brooke @ Let Kids Create said...

Wow - so many great ideas! What a wonderful resource to have, I will bookmark this page. Thanks for sharing these with Monday Madness.

Laura @Art For Little Hands said...

What a great post! So many ideas. I am going to be coming back to this often.

Beth (www.livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com) said...

What GREAT uses for bottles!! LOVE them! I am your newest follower! If you are not already, I'd love for you to follow me back =-) Thanks for linking up to TGIF! See you next week,
Beth =-)

DawnMills said...

Hi great ideas just wondered what is used in the Sand Bottle (Beach Bottle) as water I mean the blue liquid Thanks

Sra. Carro said...

Hey! I love, love, love your post and I blogged about it here -
http://yourgreenclassroom.blogspot.com/2012/01/turn-plastic-bottles-into-magical.html
If you are not okay with please let me know. Thanks so much!

Your Green Classroom

RedTedArt said...

Wow! That is a LOT of different ideas for science/ discovery bottles. Fabulous.

Thank you for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!!

Maggy & Alissa

Beth (www.livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com) said...

wow - you ahve so many fun ideas for discovery bottles!!! Love it! Thanks for linking up to TGIF,
Beth =-)

Miss Courtney said...

Awesome, I want to make them all. Thank you for the tip on a "dark box." My son is afraid to go in the dark by himself, but he loves glow in the dark things.

Jill@babies, toddlers, and preschoolers, Oh My! said...

i LOVE LOVE LOVE all your bottle ideas!! just found your blog and loving it!! your blog name preschool projects caught my eye right away since im a fan of the word project!! :) my goal is to make a bunch of bottles over the summer with my school age kiddos! thanks for sharing!!!

Marnie Craycroft said...

I love your posts this week! Thank you for sharing at the Kid's Co-Op! ~ Marnie (Carrots Are Orange)

Robin @ Sweet Tea Classroom said...

Oh, what fun we're going to have!!! Thanks for sharing.

SusieQTpies said...

Thanks for linking this up in Homeschooling on the Cheap! this past week. I'm giving you a shout out later today on my Facebook page. Feel free to stop over. I wasn't sure if you had a Facebook page.

Kelli
http://3boysandadog.com/deals/2012/homeschooling-on-the-cheap-04192012/

Amie (Triple T Mum) said...

Stopping by from Triple T Mum.I am going to feature this on Thursday's Kid Co-op Showcase! Please stop by a pick up your featured at Triple T Mum badge. Thank you for linking this post to the Kids Co-op! Pinned to the Kids Co-op Board too.

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