Alphabet Literacy Sensory Bottles

Chicka Chicka DIY Alphabet Sensory Bottle Super Simple to Make!

Looking for a super simple and easy Chicka Chicka DIY Alphabet Sensory Bottle that would go so easily with the super popular book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom? Kids LOVE this book, capitalise on this by providing even more fun activities to go along the book after reading it!

You might like to check out our full list of Alphabet Matching Cards to go along with this super cute sensory activity!

Looking for a super simple and easy Chicka Chicka DIY Alphabet Sensory Bottle that would go so easily with the super popular book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom? Kids LOVE this book, capitalise on this by providing even more fun activities to go along the book afetr reading it!

DIY Sensory Bottle METHOD

This cute bottle is a GREAT way to inspire young kids to learn their alphabet. It’s super easy to make and you can use and re-use the same bottle whenever you decide to pull out and read the super popular Chicka CHicka Boom Boom book.

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Looking for a super simple and easy Chicka Chicka DIY Alphabet Sensory Bottle that would go so easily with the super popular book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom? Kids LOVE this book, capitalise on this by providing even more fun activities to go along the book afetr reading it!

There are so many advantages to having this bottle ready and made.

Kids just LOVE the idea of shaking something and the bottle would be perfect for that. Play these simple games with the Chicka DIY Alphabet Sensory Bottle:

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  • shake, find and tell (the letter)
  • find and colour (use the alphabet matching cards and printables to identify the letters on a page)
  • look through and name it
  • shake and name a beginning sound object

And so much more!

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Supplies (I use the VOSS water bottles in my sensory bottles because they are plastic and safe, the link is below):
Looking for a super simple and easy Chicka Chicka DIY Alphabet Sensory Bottle that would go so easily with the super popular book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom? Kids LOVE this book, capitalise on this by providing even more fun activities to go along the book after reading it!

Directions on how to put the Sensory Bottle together

Read the Chicka Chicka Boom Boom book with your child.
 
Offer a selection of abc beads and a clear bottle with a lid.
Looking for a super simple and easy Chicka Chicka DIY Alphabet Sensory Bottle that would go so easily with the super popular book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom? Kids LOVE this book, capitalise on this by providing even more fun activities to go along the book afetr reading it!
Invite your child to drop a few letter beads into the bottle, reading the letters as they drop them in.
Looking for a super simple and easy Chicka Chicka DIY Alphabet Sensory Bottle that would go so easily with the super popular book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom? Kids LOVE this book, capitalise on this by providing even more fun activities to go along the book afetr reading it!
Add some faux hay to the bottle.
 
Use a pen to stuff it down in the bottle if needed.
 
Add more letter beads, reciting the letters as they are dropped in.
 
Add more faux hay and a few more letters.
 
Tear off 4 sections of crepe paper.
Looking for a super simple and easy Chicka Chicka DIY Alphabet Sensory Bottle that would go so easily with the super popular book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom? Kids LOVE this book, capitalise on this by providing even more fun activities to go along the book afetr reading it!
Using 2 sections,wrap it around the lid and secure with tape.
Attach to the bottle, the lid should still screw on despite the crepe paper attached. Use tape to further secure if needed.
Using the 2 remaining sections, fold them in half then secure to the top with tape to create the leaves on the tree.
Fold tape into a small bundle and use a few sections to secure more foam letter beads to the leaves.
Invite your child to shake the bottle and discover the letters inside while exploring the book.
 

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