DIY Calm down sensory bottles are used for portable no mess safe sensory play for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers, to calm an anxious child, to help children learn to meditate, and as a "time out" timer for kids. This article includes links to resources available to help learn more about their uses and how to make DIY sensory bottles.

DIY Calm down sensory bottles are used for portable no mess safe sensory play for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers, to calm an anxious child, to help children learn to meditate, and as a "time out" timer for kids. This article includes links to resources available to help learn more about their uses and how to make DIY sensory bottles.

Down down- traditional Australian children's game- great for teaching about different cultures (see website for details)

Down down- traditional Australian children's game- great for teaching about different cultures (see website for details)

#cupsanddowns is a game where one team tries to turn all the cups upside down and the other team tries to turn them right side up. Youth Ministry Ideas and Games.

#cupsanddowns is a game where one team tries to turn all the cups upside down and the other team tries to turn them right side up. Youth Ministry Ideas and Games.

a fold out desk, perfect for the children to do homework etc on & can then be folded out of the way to play!

a fold out desk, perfect for the children to do homework etc on & can then be folded out of the way to play!

DIY Celtic Knot Pillow Tutorial from Cut Out + Keep here. “The Witness to Your Splendor” celtic knot is used for this pillow. Mainly posting because the bottom pillow tutorial from Seymour here was taken down at the request of artist Ragnheiður Ösp who makes a pillow resembling the one in the middle. *So what happens when a DIY is removed that you really wanted to do? Improvise. Cut Out + Keep Tutorial + Sailor’s Knot = Celtic Knot Pillow  Top Photo: DIY from Cut Out + Keep  Midd

DIY Celtic Knot Pillow Tutorial from Cut Out + Keep here. “The Witness to Your Splendor” celtic knot is used for this pillow. Mainly posting because the bottom pillow tutorial from Seymour here was taken down at the request of artist Ragnheiður Ösp who makes a pillow resembling the one in the middle. *So what happens when a DIY is removed that you really wanted to do? Improvise. Cut Out + Keep Tutorial + Sailor’s Knot = Celtic Knot Pillow Top Photo: DIY from Cut Out + Keep Midd

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