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  • Nicole Orcutt

    Calming Jar - good idea for kids who get stressed easily. They can have one to shake whenever they want and just watch the glitter settle.

  • Becky Harrill

    Calm down jar! Shake it up and watch the glitter fall. By the time it is clear again, you should be calm. Repeat shaking as needed. Not just for kids, adults can use this as well :)

  • Crystal Aines

    @Kristen Aines There are a lot of cute ideas for kids on this site. Including the Time out glitter jar which would go well with our time out chair! Shake it up. When the glitter falls to the bottom time out is over. It's calming to watch glitter too :)

  • Samantha Johnson

    Kindergarten time out glitter jar. Shake it up. When the glitter falls to the bottom time out is over. It's calming to watch glitter too :) ...my kid would throw this but it might be a good idea.

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