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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! wow this is such a good idea! if they mess with the bottle their time out time is longer... interesting

In Lieu of Preschool: "Hush" Bottles: the calm down solution

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Free printable - no more, "Mom, I'm bored!"... This is going up on our wall ASAP!

Free Printable: No More “Mom, I’m Bored!”

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For all those old shirts you still want to use, but not wear. Just cut the sleeves and neck then stitch the bottom closed.

Purchase stair risers from your local home improvement store...paint it white and add some window boxes... small herb garden?

A better looking return air grille

Fun ways to let the kids burn off energy and enjoy some time indoors!

Wine Bottle Betta Fish Tank Aquarium...cute for the kitchen.

DIY Firefly Lamp

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What to Know Before Painting Your Front Door

20 Of The Best Mason Jar Projects ~ Chalkboard mason jar centerpiece!! Could do any shape to match the holiday.

60 New Uses For Everyday Items

Snowflakes

Keeps your yard looking nice and neat!

Love this

Cool photography tricks!

101 DIY Projects How To Make Your Home Better Place For Living (Part 1), I do Get Tired of Reaching For a New Roll All The Time

Shutter + pics

29 Magical Uses For Hydrogen Peroxide | A list of the many, many household uses for Hydrogen Peroxide..

How To Make Homemade Air Freshener Like Febreeze

Ways To Paint Brick

Salar de Uyuni Salt Flat, Bolivia

Upcycle a cheap door mirror into a glam wall mirror (tutorial) - Can make the frame any color you wish.

Eight serious ab moves from top Olympic trainers that will score you a rock-solid middle.

I did a variation of this project for Valentine's Day with pre-schoolers. We read "Guess How Much I Love You?". Then we measured the length of their arms with a yard stick and cut that length out of postal paper.