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Calming jar; also seen as a time out jar...tell child/student that they need a break and may rejoin the group when everything has settled to the bottom.

Calming jar-tell child that they need a break and may come back when everything has settled to the bottom - I think I love this idea. Better than a simple time out for temper tantrums. some days I think that I need a calming jar.

Learn how to make your own glittering mermaid tail sensory bottle! Calm down discovery jars like this glitter sensory bottle can be used for portable no mess safe sensory play, calming an overwhelmed child, and helping children learn to self-regulate. Bab

Glittering Mermaid Tail Sensory Bottle

Learn how to make your own glittering mermaid tail sensory bottle! Calm down discovery jars like this glitter sensory bottle can be used for portable no mess safe sensory play, calming an overwhelmed (Glitter Bottle Calming)

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Calm-down & time-out bottles: Fill a bottle full of water. Add one bottle of glitter glue & ultra fine glitter. Send this bottle with your child to timeout - to watch it settle and calm him/her. Once the glitter has settled, time-out is up!

Quarters for the month. Take one away each day chores are not done. At the end of the month, exchange any quarters for dollars.

Quarters for the month: Bed Making

I love this - Neat rewards system. 31 quarters in the jar at the beginning of the month, every day that they do not do their chores, they lose a quarter. Whatever is left at the end of the month they exchange for cash and the quarter jar is refilled.

Tablecloth Fort! Fold Up And Store In A Drawer When The Kids Aren't Using It. Easy To Make!

Tablecloth playhouse or fort. Store in a drawer when you're not using it. Such a cute idea for kids. Who doesn't want a play fort. I would love a cool boy version!

Calm Down Jar but use plastic just in case. I have made 3-4 of these for kids in my practice for home use.

Calm Down Jar: a meditation tool to use whenever a child feels stressed, overwhelmed or upset. They shake the jar, then sit and watch the glitter settle in the water. When the glitter settles, they can get up.

Maybe a new tradition for every year??? A Day In My Life: Birthday Interview. I like that its simple questions, like the handprint too.  And this idea could be used for all ages - NOT just kindergarten!

End of year interview? A Day In My Life: Birthday Interview. I like that its simple questions, like the handprint too. And this idea could be used for all ages - NOT just kindergarten!

Fill the jar with jobs and when they whine, complain, call each other names, etc they have to pull an extra job to do.

Extra chores for when kids are naughty, whiney, tattle-taling, etc.what a great idea. Maybe call it the consequence jar, have white papers for older kids and pink for younger ones! Be great to also have a rewards jar for extra good behavior!

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