Time out bottle

Hush Bottles: the calm down solution - In Lieu of Preschool

FAIRIES IN A JAR DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter 2. Seal the top with a lid. 3. Shake

It can be hard for kids to decompress or calm-down for bedtime. We have a collection of Go-to Sleep activities that are perfect for kids growing out of afternoon naps, but who still need some “down time” activities, but we don’t have something for bedtime. Bedtime is not the time for play, for toys, …

easy to make, even without measurements. Turned out pretty good. OH, don't add boiling water to the plastic bottle. I also added food coloring to get more color.

Finally a recipe for glow water that is safe -- even edible! It's super easy to make (no staining!) and is affordable to boot! Safe for even the littlest explorers. From Fun at Home with Kids

Sensory bottles

Homemade Glitter Gak recipe - the kids LOVE this stuff!! It takes a minute to make and provides hours of entertainment. Recipe on { lilluna.com }

Egg dipped in vinegar...neat experiment to do with kids @Kate Mazur Mazur Mazur Mazur Mazur Mazur Mazur Del Bene An idea for Rowan's Science Fair project?

Stretch polymers and imaginations with this galaxy slime from Twodaloo! Using a standard slime recipe, adding just two extra ingredients can take your kids on a trip to the stars! Liquid starch, Elmer's glue, liquid water color, and glitter!

glitter gel bags - I've been looking for this recipe for ages! thanks #special #needs #education

Genius idea if bringing kids to fairs/parades/amusement parks... write your phone # on child's hand and cover it in liquid bandage... temp tattoo that won't come off in water

How to Make a Leak Proof Water Blob (without tape!). We did a blob last year. The kids loved it. And it leaked. I looked over how she does it (iron-genius!) and am excited to give it a try. We added glitter to our water to make it a little more fun.

Great idea, but my two year old just wants to play with the jar instead of sitting calmly and watching the glitter settle. Probably will be great when he's just a little older

Jellyfish in a Bottle - How cute! A pet that doesn't need feeding. However, I am considering using glitter in the water and glue of some kind inside the cap just to make sure my kids can't get it open. How Finding Nemo is that?! "And he will be my Squishy..."

Cool idea! Once a month for their lives, put $10 in a photo album for your kids....around $2000 by the time they graduate/turn 18

"Hush" Bottles: the calm down solution Just mix 1 tablespoon of glitter glue, per 1 cup of hot water, add extra glitter.

Edible water beads; a safer alternative to traditional water bead play. These are easy to make & SO FUN!

flubber recipe with borax and glue