This Nativity I Spy Bottle is so quick to make and only requires a few basic “holiday” craft supplies. Kid’s will love to shake and twirl the snowy bottle to find their little Bible characters. It’s super fun and exciting!
A simple activity like this can improve so many skills too. From fine motor to cognitive skills to just simply keeping the toddler busy. The best part of course (for the parent) is that this I Spy bottle doesn’t take any effort. You’ll have it ready in no time!
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Materials for NAtivity I spy bottle:
–Plastic craft bottle (I’ve linked similar bottles like I’ve used)
–Sparkling snow (also similar)
It’s so simple! Pour the snowflakes into the bottle using a funnel and add the Nativity buttons. Close the bottle and done! Kid’s can help too!
What is my child learning?
-Cognitive skills (kids are thinking, predicting, evaluating)
-Fine/small motor skills (holding the bottle and moving it around works and improve fingers and wrists strength)
-Focus and concentrations (nothing helps improve those two as I Spy Bottles!)
-Sensories (this is a great activity for kids to explore senses. They’re seeing, hearing and touching in this activity)