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Still Playing School: Glitter Calm Down Bottle

Glitter Calm Down Bottle

Glitter Bottle Calm Down Sensory Tool Anxiety Relief

Glitter Bottle Calm Down Tool Sensory Play

Make easy, quick, and inexpensive glitter bottles with a few supplies. A glitter bottle is a great visual tool, anxiety tool, and calm down tool for kids.

easy to make, even without measurements. Turned out pretty good. OH, dont add boiling water to the plastic bottle. I also added food coloring to get more color.

A Calming Glitter Bottle to help refocus and calm down when feeling out of control or anxious. Forget the kids- I need this!

Calming Jar :: Time Out idea. Fill w/ hot water, add 1 tbs glitter glue, 3 tsp fine glitter, & a drop of blue food coloring. Have the child shake the jar & watch the glitter fall. When all the glitter has settled (and when the child has calmed down), then their time-out is over. It's quite soothing actually

Calming Jar :: Time Out idea. Fill w/ hot water, add 1 tbs glitter glue, 3 tsp fine glitter, & a drop of blue food coloring. Have the child shake the jar & watch the glitter fall. When all the glitter has settled (and when the child has calmed down)

Bottle Nebula :) All You Need: shredded cotton, water, glitter and food coloring.

Bottle Nebula :) All You Need: shredded cotton, water, glitter and food coloring. And a prettier jar.

Quiet bins

An entire year of educational quiet boxes! Perfect for kids between 2 - 6 years. Awesome for little ones who no longer nap, or for toddlers while Mama nurses. Also great for home schooling families with little ones!

Learn with Play at Home: 10 Activities for Quiet Time. Tuesday Tots

10 Activities for Quiet Time. Tuesday Tots

Learn with Play at home: 10 Activities for Quiet Time. Including lots of great activities to promote early literacy learning. Fun - and there are things here that will build pre-writing and pre-reading skills even as you are playing.

I know one child in this household that would LOVE to find this under the tree.  Playdough is always a hit, but I think she'd love the animals on top of the jars too!  Learn how to make these Playdough Mason Jars over at Living Chic on the Cheap.

A Homemade Christmas Gift: Playdough Mason Jars

Cute Party Favor - Farm Animal DIY Playdough Mason Jars are so easy to make. (They look pretty too). All you need it a little paint, mod podge, plastic toy animals and mason jars.

Glittery calm down bottles to help focus and calm your child #sensory || Gift of Curiosity

Glittery calm down bottles

An activity that allows the child to create a calm down glitter bottle that can help. This can be stored in their sensory kit and help with self-regulation.

Looking for tips for calming an angry child? Includes resources for educating parents and children before the meltdowns and LOTS of ideas for tools to use!

15+ Sure-Fire Tips for Calming an Angry Child

Homemade Bubble Solution A perfect children's party gift!

Homemade Bubbles Recipe {For Big Thick Bubbles

Homemade Bubble Solution --- A perfect children& party gift! Just 3 ingredients and you will have big, thick, amazing bubbles!

A wave bottle is an easy sensory bottle for kids to make

Make a Wave Bottle for Kids to Explore - hands on : as we grow

A wave bottle is an easy sensory bottle for kids to make. Love sensory bottles or test tubes. You can do so much and let the kids help!

Time-out bottles. Fill a bottle with 3/4 water, one bottle of glitter glue, & ultra fine glitter. Then send this bottle with your child to timeout and they can watch it settle to calm them. Once the glitter is settled their time is up! wow this is such a good idea! if they mess with the bottle their time out time is longer... interesting!

Relaxing Time Out Timer

Calm-down & time-out bottles: Fill a bottle full of water. Add one bottle of glitter glue & ultra fine glitter. Send this bottle with your child to timeout - to watch it settle and calm him/her. Once the glitter has settled, time-out is up!

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