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Calming bottles: these sensory bottles can be used as a pediatric intervention in order to calm the child down by focusing on the glitter effects instead.

Calming bottles: these sensory bottles can be used as a pediatric intervention in order to calm the child down by focusing on the glitter effects instead.

Mind Bottles: Shake the bottle & feel yourself relax as you want the glitter settle. Get a water bottle (Smart water was the brand used here) that is totally smooth & not too big around so it can be held. Next fill the bottle w/ about 3/4 hot water, entire bottle of glitter glue & small tube of ultra fine glitter. (If more clear gel glue is added, the glitter will settle slower, & more water, faster.) Then super glue the lid on. (Pic: The purple is still mixed & the pink is completely…

Relax Bottle/Time out Timer. Glitter settles over time (chosen by you when you make it) to be the perfect time out timer. Wouldn't work for us as a time out timer but my son would love to watch the glitter fall.

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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! If they mess with the bottle their time out time is longer.

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!

Glitter anyone? - Scrapbook.com - How about an easy and useful way to store glitters! #scrapbooking #diy #storage #organization

Do you use a lot of glitter in your Christmas crafting? Store your glitter or colored sand in salt and pepper shakers! This craft supply storage idea is so great. - love the salt shaker rack, where to get?

Calm Jar (aka Glitter Jar aka Time Out Jar) - do this project to see if it helps autistic son calm down when he is overstimulated

Use for Mindfulness Moments? Calm Jar (aka Glitter Jar aka Time Out Jar) - do this project to see if it helps autistic son calm down when he is overstimulated

MIND JAR FOR KIDS ~ My Slice of Sunday

DIY Mind Jar for Kids - great alternative to a timeout! All they have to do is wait for the glitter to settle, so instead of throwing a tantrum or screaming they relax and watch the glitter. Sensory time away idea for my SPED kiddos.

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