An activity for a child dealing with strong emotions.
What You Need:
- Clean, clear plastic bottle (e.g. water bottle)
- Clear shampoo
- Small lightweight items (small shells, sand, beads, etc.)
- Food coloring (Optional)
- Glue or heavy packing tape
What To Do:
- Help your child fill the plastic bottle halfway with warm water.
- Fill the remainder with shampoo, leaving space at the top for lightweight objects.
- Add one drop of food coloring, glitter and little objects that will float.
- Glue or tape the cap shut.
- When your child is having strong emotions and a hard time calming down, have her shake the bottle, watch the floating objects of glitter sink back down to the bottom, and take deep breaths.
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