Encourage sensory play with fun holiday-themed sensory bottles for kids. Check out below for the instructions for this easy and fun St. Patrick’s Day noisy sensory bottle with gold coins.
The hearing has enormous implications for people’s development, more than many might think. Good hearing will allow the sounds and situations related to these sounds to be recognized. An example is the horn of a car; when listening to it, you know that a car is nearby and that you must be careful before crossing the street.
Hearing is directly related to language development; language is one of a human being’s essential qualities. Through this, people can express their thoughts. Through language, culture is spread and is a necessary way to develop learning.
Language develops from the moment of birth, and for this, the sounds are essential. Children must hear a word clearly and then learn it. If this does not happen, the language process will take a little longer than usual. It is vital for hearing problems to be detected before children start their school years. Otherwise, reading and writing skills will be affected, and their ability to relate to others.
That’s why each of the senses should be stimulated appropriately; the earlier this stimulation, the better since the brain is in total development. It is essential to keep in mind that it is not heard with the ears.; the brain carries out this process. According to this, it is crucial to enhance hearing in children, whether they have perfect hearing or hearing impairment.
THEME: SENSORY BOTTLES
HOW DO WE DO THIS ACTIVITY?
Age: 2-4-year-old children
Goal: Through this sensory bottles activity, the children will stimulate the sense of hearing, and in the same way, they will strengthen the movements of the hands and fingers.
Difficulty level: Intermediate. This sensory bottles activity is designed for children to carry out independently, always with the accompaniment of an adult.
- Sounds recognition
- Precision in hand and finger movements
- Hand-eye coordination
- Color recognition
- Colored pompoms in a container
- A plastic bottle
- Colored beads in a container
- Buttons in a container
- Sequins in a container
- A tray
It is crucial that during the development of children’s activities, such as this one which involves small pieces, that an adult is always present and supervising the exercise.
Take the buttons from the container and insert them into the bottle.
Put the colored pompoms inside the bottles.
Introduce the colored beads into the bottle.
Put the sequins into the bottle.
A sensory bottle made with various materials
FREE PRINTABLE WORKSHEETS FOR PRESCHOOLERS
After their sensory bottle play, surprise kids with new worksheets. Click the link below to download our free printable coloring pages for kids.
HOW TO DEVELOP THIS SENSORY BOTTLE ACTIVITY WITH CHILDREN OF OTHER AGES?
CHANGES FOR CHILDREN UNDER 2 YEARS OLD
This sensory bottle activity can be done with younger children. To reduce the difficulty level, you can change the materials and use the largest pompoms, preventing children from putting them in their mouths. Another option may be for the adult to develop the sensory bottle and give it to children to experiment with. In this way, a sensory activity appropriate to the children’s development and abilities will be carried out.
CHANGES FOR CHILDREN OVER 4 YEARS OLD
This sensory bottle activity can be done with older children. To increase the difficulty level, children can carefully add water to the bottle. They can also stimulate the sense of sight and gain precision in hand movements. In this way, a toddler activity appropriate to the children’s development and abilities will be carried out.
WATCH THE STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS HERE
VIDEO DESCRIPTION – SENSORY BOTTLE WITH NOISY COINS
In this sensory bottles video, you will find the step-by-step of the “NOISY COINS” activity, designed for 2 to 4-year-old children. A sensory bottle will be made with different materials that produce sound. This toddler activity will allow children to develop sound recognition, precision in hand and finger movements, hand-eye coordination, color recognition, autonomy, and self-esteem. The materials needed to carry out the activity are colored pompoms, a plastic bottle, colored beads, buttons, sequins, and a tray.
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