Creative Social Worker

Calming Jellyfish Jar: I have met many people who report being calmed by thoughts of the ocean/beach, and this an especially effective “calm jar” for them.  This goes well with the ocean breaths deep breathing technique I featured here.  This can also be a tool to teach about flexibility, going with the flow, and being adaptable in situations you don’t have control over.

Supplies: Large waterbottle (ex. smart water), 1 drop food coloring, water, plastic bag (like the kind you put veggies in at the grocery store)

Click here for a photo tutorial on how to create this jellyfish jar.  I haven’t tried adding corn syrup and glitter to one but that could potentially look really cool if it works.

See my Calm Bottle for a similar post

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