What is in a liquid motion toy?

The liquid is water, food coloring, and mineral oil. 100% Safe and non-toxic. A liquid motion desk toy is a must have for every office toy collector.

What is inside a liquid timer?

The Magic Diamond paper weight and liquid timer contain ethylene glycol and petroleum distillates, considered combustible and hazardous to children if they’re ingested. The Pull-A-Long Wooden Snail is a set of three wooden pull toys, one of which measures 3.7 inches long.

How long is a water timer fidget toy?

about 1-2 minutes
It helps keeps kids busy and offers a distraction as it holds anyone’s attention. FUN TIMER: It takes about 1-2 minutes for each bubble to reach to the bottom, though time may vary….Product information.

Product Dimensions 6 x 2.5 x 1.5 inches
Date First Available September 28, 2017

How do you make liquid wave toys?

  1. Empty and clean the contents of the bottle. Place a funnel in the mouth of the bottle.
  2. Pour one cup of water into a separate container. Squeeze a few drops of food coloring into the water and stir.
  3. Break the antacid tablet into small pieces.
  4. Replace the cap on the bottle and screw tightly.

How long does a liquid timer last?

Because they help kids with sensory or hyperactivity issues they make perfect autism sensory toys to help keep kids focused. Just flip over to start again and enjoy endless hours of calming entertainment. Longer than others, these liquid timers last for approximately 8 minutes – Which means more fun!

How do liquid hourglasses work?

Sand or a liquid (such as water or mercury) in the uppermost section of a true hourglass will run through the neck into the lower section in exactly one hour. By turning the other end up, another hour may be marked, and the process may be continued indefinitely.

How do you make a sensory wave bottle?


  1. Fill the plastic bottle half way up with oil.
  2. In a separate jug, add a small amount of blue food colouring to water to create a light blue colour. This then needs to be added to the oil.
  3. Slowly tip the bottle from side to side to see what happens. You should be able to make waves!