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DIY Jellyfish In A Bottle. Easy, inexpensive, clever. Reduce, reuse, recycle. The list of supplies include a transparent grocery bag, a water bottle, thread, and food coloring.

Make your own jellyfish in a bottle.

DIY Jellyfish In A bottle. The list of supplies for DIY Jellyfish In A Bottle include a transparent grocery bag, a water bottle, thread, and food coloring.

Mix water, glitter, and glitter glue in an empty water bottle to provide a fun way to allow children to #calmdown when they’re on the verge of a #meltdown. Shake up the bottle and when the #glitter has settled, they can rejoin the activity.

Calming Glitter Bottles - so much fun to create! Ask parents to bring an empty but clean plastic container with a lid.supply glitter and cooking oil and create your own glitter bottles. The swirling glitter will calm and mesmerize even fussy kiddos!

A winter activity -- different colored water in water bottles to draw in the snow

Colored water in squeeze bottles for drawing in the snow. Totally doing this this winter. Science and Art grade Teach a lesson on the weather changes outside. Then take the kids outside and paint the snow with these colored water bottles

Glitter timers : Doe 3/4 water in en fles en voeg er een tube glitter lijm (met…

Relaxing Time Out Timer

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!

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

Safe and Edible Glow Water for Baths and Play

Getting a wee tyke in to Ћ bath( つ﹏╰)daunting! Try Safe & Edible Glow Water it looks fun ヅ A recipe for glow water. 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

Mix water and oil in a water bottle. Explain that oil floats. Talk about what else floats. And decorate it for more fun with beads or stickers.

Oil and Water Project.I did this the other night with my niece and we called it "ocean in a bottle." Vegetable oil and water and food coloring. Cutest thing ever. She added little jewels and fish and was so proud of her ocean bottle!

Shells and Water Toddler Play. This would keep children of all ages entertained for quite a while :)

Beach Sensory Play and Small World

Shells and Water Toddler Play. This would keep children of all ages entertained for quite a while :) Let's hope! we did just get gifted a water table!

Edible Water Beads

Edible Water Beads

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