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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

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

Discovery jars like this DIY butterfly sensory bottle can be used for safe no mess sensory play, a science teaching aid, a time out tool, and to help an anxious child (or adult) calm down and unwind. They're also an easy way for babies and toddlers to safely investigate items without the risk of choking on them.

Discovery jars like this DIY butterfly sensory bottle can be used for safe no mess sensory play, a science teaching aid, a time out tool, and to help an anxious child (or adult) calm down and unwind. They're also an easy way for babies and toddlers to safely investigate items without the risk of choking on them.

Make bright and colourful Rainbow Sensory Play Bottles. An adaptable sensory play activity and musical instrument too. Great fun for all ages.

Make bright and colourful Rainbow Sensory Play Bottles. An adaptable sensory play activity and musical instrument too. Great fun for all ages.

Sensory Sunday - Pipe Cleaner Fine Motor Play. Be sure to supervise closely as with all sensory Play experiences!

Sensory Sunday - Pipe Cleaner Fine Motor Play. Be sure to supervise closely as with all sensory Play experiences!

Quilts come in all shapes and sizes. As far as quilts are concerned, there is no “right” size. Some are square, some rectangular, some of mine have accidentally become rhombus in shape. When it comes to size, the only question you should care about is, “What do I want and what am I going to …

Quilts come in all shapes and sizes. As far as quilts are concerned, there is no “right” size. Some are square, some rectangular, some of mine have accidentally become rhombus in shape. When it comes to size, the only question you should care about is, “What do I want and what am I going to …