This Monster Eyes Discovery Bottle is cute for anytime, but I labeled it with Halloween too because spooky/monster stuff is great for the month of October as well of course!
Discovery bottles give younger ones a way in on the sensory fun where they can't ingest anything harmful, they also let older kiddos explore things in new ways. Shaking and twisting and turning these bottles is always fun.
Here's how to make a Monster Eyes Discovery Bottle:
Take a recycled water bottle and fill it up 3/4 of the way with water and a drop or two of green food coloring in. Put the lid on and shake it up so food coloring colors all the water. Then open the lid back up and put in a few big googly eyes, and a few small ones too.