12 Bite-sized Mindfulness Activities
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What If You Could Give Your Children Empowering Skills For Life?
What if they could learn lasting skills to de-stress and calm down, navigate difficult emotions, control impulses, 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.
If you wish you can get started with the popular activities below.
In this post I'll share five of my absolute favorite mindful gratitude activities you can do with kids of any age. These are perfect for thanksgiving ... or any day you want to connect with your kids and feel better. All activities are suitable for a group of kids and...
This mindfulness activity is heartwarming! It combines kindness and gratitude in a fun way anyone can do. The "Gratitude Gift" mindfulness activity is great for all ages. Yes, even for grown-ups. It's a big win-win-win ... You get to spend quality time talking and...
Make mindfulness practice fun with this playful mindfulness game! This activity uses music to help kids learn core mindfulness skills. Music is known to be able to change your mood. Music can cheer you up, comfort you or even give you the blues. The "Happy And Sad...
Parents, teachers, counselors and therapists love this simple game... and my five-year old son loves it, too. My son actually hides the game under my pillow so that we can play before we go to sleep. The Ungame is a great tool to nurture mindfulness and it's a game...
This mindful balancing game is a fun activity to learn focusing skills, body awareness and impulse control. Yes, you can do all that while having fun with your kids :) You can do this activity with a group of kids or one-on-one like we do at home. Another bonus is...
The Sound Signal is a super simple mindfulness activity to help kids learn attention and listening skills and a teacher’s favorite. It helps kids sharpen their focus and nurture calm. Mindful listening can be very helpful at school and when friends and family need our...
This playful mindfulness activity is similar to the Gratitude Tree, but instead of trees, you'll create simple fun flowers. If you're a teacher then the kids will love it. You can design a beautiful garden full of happy flowers and help the kids nurture gratitude and...
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