WATCH | The best way to keep little ones entertained - and it doesn't involve a screen

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The holidays are here, and if you're looking for an activity that doesn't involve a screen to keep your little ones occupied, you might want to try sensory bottles. 

They're easy to make and the best way to introduce little ones to materials they're too young to play with. 

Also see: Wondering what to do with kids in lockdown school holidays? Ideas from a happiness expert

Place things like beads, glitter or colourful hair ties in a water bottle, top up with water and seal with super glue to keep it secure. 

These fun bottles are suitable for children of all ages, encourage development and keep the kids calm while you carry on. 

Watch the video above to see how it's done.

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