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  • L. C.

    Mind Jar. Meditation tool for kids. calming jar

  • Kallie Owens

    Glitter jar- perfect kid craft ideas!

  • Susan Giangreco

    Mind Jar How fun is this mind jar? I found this idea on a blog called Here We Are Together. She explains that "A Mind Jar is a meditation tool to use whenever a child feels stressed, overwhelmed or upset. Imagine the glitter as your thoughts. When you shake the jar, imagine your head full of whirling thoughts, then watch them slowly settle while you calm down". This can provide a nice alternative to a traditional timeout, and it encourages the child to refocus without punishing them. Although the kids and I just like to shake it up and sit and watch the glitter swirl around and around. Perhaps next time we'll make our own snow globe by gluing an object on the inside of the lid. This would also be a good calming tool for kids who stress at school.

  • Sheri Bolitho

    Snow globe or mind jar, whichever, great craft idea!

  • Casey Hill

    "A Mind Jar is a meditation tool to use whenever a child feels stressed, overwhelmed or upset. Imagine the glitter as your thoughts. When you shake the jar, imagine your head full of whirling thoughts, then watch them slowly settle while you calm down". This can provide a nice alternative to a traditional timeout, and it encourages the child to refocus without punishing them.......Supplies: -Jar (baby food, mason) -Glitter Glue -Food Coloring -Warm Water

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