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  • Sarah Shewell

    Time out bottles a.k.a. sensory bottles - I used Elmer's glitter glue, super fine glitter, and a few drops of food coloring.

  • Jennie Clayton

    'Glitter Jar' Calm down bottle...

  • Deb Kaufman

    Relax Bottle/Time Out Timer Posted by crazyblessedlife ⋅ October 3, 2011⋅ 698 Comments Filed Under glitter bottle, glitter calm down bottle, glitter time out bottle, glitter time out timer, mind jar, relax bottle, Sensory activities, sensory kids, time out, time out timer, ways to help your child calm down

  • Kelli Olson

    Relax Bottle / Timer for kids! Made with water bottle, glitter glue, & glitter.

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Fill each bottle with about 3/4 full with hot water, an entire bottle of glitter glue and a small tube of ultra fine glitter.  Play with the mixture for setting time - more clear gel glue to make it go slower or more water to make it settle faster.  Super glue the lid on.

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