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Time Out Bottles Take Kids From Mean To Serene

We have a "calm down" spot and a "time out" spot. I like this for calming down but seems too much like a reward in time out.

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from Rhythms of Play

Frozen-Inspired Snowstorm Sensory Bottle

Both children and adults will love this DIY Frozen-inspired snowstorm sensory bottle. A fun party favor idea for Disney Frozen birthday parties. Calm down bottles like this are most often used to help calm an overwhelmed or anxious child, as a “time out” timer, or as a meditation technique for kids. Else and Anna would love it... make one today!

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from The Realistic Mama

11 Totally Awesome Calm Down Jars

Does your child need some help dealing with rising emotions? Try a calm jar! Works for parents too ;)

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from Rhythms of Play

Butterfly Sensory Bottle

Calm down sensory bottles like this butterfly bottle can be used in many ways. They can be used for safe no mess sensory play, a science teaching aid, a time out tool, and to help children (and adults) calm down and unwind. They are also the perfect way f

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Hush Bottles: the calm down solution- 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!

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from Teaching Mama

Slow-Falling Beads Sensory Bottle

Slow-Falling Beads Sensory Bottle Repinned by Apraxia Kids Learning. Come join us on Facebook at Apraxia Kids Learning Activities and Support- Parent Led Group. More

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Instead of banishing your children to the dungeon every time they have a hissy fit, why not use this clever 'Time Out Stool'. http://kids.ideas2live4.com/2015/04/02/make-a-sandglass-time-out-stool-for-the-kids/ You can make one using a recycled plastic bottle. What do you think?

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Time out/calm down bottles- original source. If child is too excited or angry or agitated, give them their bottle. They shake it up really well & sit somewhere quiet. Once the glitter is all settled (~5 mins) their time is up. If they try to mess with the bottle, it will only make their time out longer.

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from Snapguide

How to Make a Time Out Bottle

Kids need a 'time out?' Sit them down. Shake up the bottle, hand bottle to your child and they watch the swirling glitter until it settles. Mesmerizing!

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