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  • Katie Brayer

    Austism: A bin that is filled with different sensory objects to help students calm down when getting frustrated. It includes things such as stress balls, calming glitter jar, play dough and notebook and crayons. Would work with Elementary and early Middle School. Found on Pinterest.

  • Laura Fox

    Crayons & Lesson Plans: Calming Caddy- playdough, stress balls, and glitter jar

  • Amy Moore

    Classroom Management Idea- Calming Caddy

  • Jessi Marie

    Neat idea. Have different sensory integration objects to help facilitate calming plus a calm down jar which could act as a timer (for those situations where the classroom doesn't like timers, or the sound is aversive to the kiddo)

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