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DIY Water Run

DIY Water Run
I always try to add a new twist to the playing and learning that happens at our water/sand table. I’ve tried water beads, a frog pond theme, and this time I decided to make a DIY water run to encourage the kids to experiment and pretend.
Empty International Delight coffee creamer bottles, water bottles, and a milk jug were the perfect size and shape to make the water run.
To make your own water run, cut the bottom off of a larger container like a milk jug. Cut holes in each of the remaining containers so the water will continue to flow through each one.  I used zip ties to attach them to the deck. You could also use small nails. Tip: Wait until you are ready to use the container and have planned which direction you want it to face and what angle it will need to be before you cut the hole in it.
DIY Water Run

I liked that the International Delight bottles had a spout to help angle the water and also the lids could be opened and closed for extra experimenting.

International Delight’s Sugar Free Vanilla is my favorite flavor (my ID) which is why I have so many bottles to create crafts and activities with.

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of International Delight. The opinions and text are all mine.

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  • Reply totschooltotallyawesome

    So fun! 🙂

    June 5, 2013 at 3:18 pm
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