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  • Shannon Curtin

    Glitter jars for kids time out

  • Samantha Tolbert

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

  • 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

  • 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.

  • Jill Flechler
    Jill Flechler • 2 years ago

    Too many people this dumb shit like this is effective indiscipline. That's why most kids are little monsters wreaking havoc wherever they go.

  • Jennifer Wagoner
    Jennifer Wagoner • 2 years ago

    I suppose most you do not have a child with special needs this not so much a time out bottle as for say something to help your child calm down.

  • Victoria Goosney
    Victoria Goosney • 1 year ago

    this is a really good idea for some kids more then others lol i tryed it and it turned into a big mess i have a 3 year old girl and a 2 year old boy my 2 year old throw it on the floor and it bust open im not saying it dont work it just did not work for me

  • Ramona Jordan
    Ramona Jordan • 1 year ago

    Wow at the comments

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