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DIY Easter Look and Find Sensory Bottle

Spring sensory play is so fun with this DIY Easter Look and Find Sensory Bottle! So simple to make using paper shreds and buttons. Kids love it!

sensory bottle laying on the side on a white background.

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Hazel is obsessed with look and find bottles right now! We have a couple that were passed down from her older sister, but this DIY bottle is the most fun because she got to help make it!

All you need are three things to make this easy bottle. We reuse our bottle for different sensory activities and always have one on hand. We just store the contents in Ziploc bags and bring them back out for play at another time.

You can use this activity to identify the Easter eggs, chicks, butterflies, flowers, lambs, and grass. You can also identify each color and count the number of items in the bottle. Hazel loves shaking things to hear what noises they make and this was also great for that.

She played with it off and on for about an hour and we plan on bringing it back out again before Easter to play again.

This sensory bottle is great for toddlers, preschoolers and school aged kids. Please use supervision while assembling. The buttons could be a choking hazard.

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What supplies do you need?

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Helpful tips:

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More Easter activities you may like:

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I hope you enjoy this sensory activity as much as our family did!

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DIY Easter Look and Find Sensory Bottle

Author: Sweet Hazel Honey


  • Wide mouth sensory bottle
  • Green paper shreds
  • Easter buttons


  1. Fill the sensory bottle with the paper shreds and the buttons. Do not overfill. You’ll want the contents to move around somewhat freely.
  2. Close the bottle well. Shake or roll the bottle gently to combine.
  3. Invite the child to explore and observe the sensory bottle, finding the Easter eggs, chicks, butterflies, flowers, lambs, and grass.
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