by Laura Berthiaume August 29, 2022 3 min read
You can do them in the same colour or use a variety of colours in the bottle.
Here's what to fill them with to develop the auditory sense:
Note: For a quieter sound, fill the tubes up so there is little space at the top for the parts to move around. If you do this, just keep in mind that they will weigh more and you child might not be able to manipulate them as easily.
Here's what to fill them with to develop the olfactory sense:
Note: to develop the olfactory sense, use vented lids (like in this set) or poke holes in your lid.
‘Smelling Bottles’ like these is an activity found in many Montessori classrooms and something we do occasionally in our at-home program.
For more sensory play, go here to check out our sensory bin guide and rainbow rice recipe: https://www.dropbox.com/s/f2znl6x5t2cb4we/Montessori%20Room%20-%20Sensory%20Bin%20Guide.pdf?dl=0
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