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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.
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...read more
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...read more
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...read more
Difficult emotions can be tough for anyone to deal with. In fact ... Emotions can be like wild beasts ;-) Sometimes they are right in your face, growling, and sometimes they hide, ready to pounce. But ... When we notice that we are, in fact, experiencing emotions, we...read more
This morning we created a new fun mindfulness game and meditated to Smooth Criminal, Beat It and Billie Jean AND we had a blast. We were mindful of music and specific sounds. My 5-year-old son, Anton, focused intensely for 15 minutes … Just like that he honed his...read more
The last few days we've been playing mindful "grumpy tag" with my son Anton. It’s a variation of another cool mindfulness activity called Emotion Detectives. We’ve played it since he told me that I’ve been extra grumpy lately. It’s true ... the last few days have been...read more
A friend taught me this mindfulness game, and we’ve been playing this at home for some time. It’s a lot of laugh-out-loud fun. Tee-hee! And … this mindfulness game is even more fun at school or with any group of kids. Truly … the more the merrier! The game is simple....read more
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