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12 Bite-sized Mindfulness Activities
- emotional intelligence
What If You Could Give Your Kid Life Skills To ...
… de-stress and calm down,
navigate difficult emotions,
focus on what matters,
and nurture empathy, kindness, and positivity?
The good news is that …
… with mindfulness practice, you can nurture all of those skills.
Get started with the activities below:
Johnny was upset. He asked his parents why they had adopted a stupid boy like him. He thought he was stupid because he didn’t learn as fast as the other kids at school. Johnny’s not stupid, of course. We’re all different and learn in different ways and at different...read more
The last few days we have been looking out for shooting stars … with no luck. Yesterday my son Anton pretended to see a falling star and insisted that he could make a wish. I said he could … and he wished that daddy would come to sleep with him when he went to bed …...read more
My son Anton loves to play sensory games. He likes to play “Find a color” and “10 sounds” when we’re preparing to go to bed. He usually asks me to play with him when he is sitting on the toilet after we’ve brushed his teeth. But to be honest, sometimes I feel like:...read more
Here’s the perfect mindfulness activity for Thanksgiving or a rainy day. It’s called the gratitude tree, and we will definitely be doing one this year. I love the chance to count my blessings, and it’s a fun activity to do with your child. The gratitude tree activity...read more
Today we started our day with a fun loving kindness practice, all thanks to my three-year-old son Anton. We ate breakfast together in the kitchen and Anton decided spontaneously to send kind wishes to mommy and daddy. Anton: I wish for mommy that she gets to mow the...read more
A WorD FROM CHRIS
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