DIY Calm Down Bottle

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With Jellystone Designs' passion for inclusive children's toys, we have collaborated with The Creative Toy Shop to bring our customers a unique sensory bottle for focused, calm play. Sensory bottles have been used by parents, teachers, and therapists to help children self-regulate their breathing and improve their focus.

Jellystone Designs' award-winning DIY Calm Down Bottle is a unique sensory bottle, where you receive all the creative elements required to create a sensory bottle perfect for your child. Just add warm water and a dash of washing-up liquid and it's ready to go! With this option, you can refill and reuse the sensory bottle for endless creative options. Dimensions: 21cm x 5cm diameter.

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Care Instructions: The Silicone Caps can be cleaned using a steriliser, placed in a dishwasher, or washed with warm soapy water. Refreshing the contents of the bottle is up to the user's discretion however, we recommend emptying and refilling every few months. 

NDIS: Please see our NDIS Information page for more information. 

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    Kathleen J.
    Australia Australia

    Mesmerising ⭐️

    We love love our calm down bottles! We own 2 but would definitely use more! I love how versatile they are. My almost 5 year old loves them as much as my 3 month old does! ❤️

    Allie J.
    Australia Australia


    Absolutely obsessed with these! It’s so much fun for little ones to make these, and great for quiet time when emotions are high! Available in so many great colours as well! I love how they are refillable, so you can reuse time and time again! These are my go to gifts for birthdays!! Warning: one is never enough!!!

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