Win Breathe Like a Bear mindfulness moments book for kids

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We have a lovely little giveaway to start the year off for you on KiddyCharts. As you know, we are great advocates for mindfulness in children, and have our own Mindful Colouring Book for Adults and Kids available on Amazon, as well as on Gumroad as an eBook. So we are delighted to be partnering with Trigger Publishing to offer this gorgeous Breathe Like A Bear mindfulness for kids book in our first giveaway of 2020.

This book will help kids to be more mindful as we enter 2020.

We are delighted to be partnering with Trigger Publishing to offer this gorgeous Breathe Like a Bear mindfulness kids book in our first giveaway of 2020!

Breathe Like A Bear is a friendly introduction to mindfulness and meditation for children aged 4 – 8. With 30 mindful moments to help find calm and focus – at home, in the classroom, alone or with others – Breathe Like A Bear teaches children how to manage their bodies, breaths and emotions through fun, relatable activities and exercises.


  • Visualising the sound of raindrops in a storm
  • Buzzing and wriggling around like a bumblebee
  • Waking up your face with expressive exercises
  • Getting your “grumpies” out
  • Stretching like a cat, or
  • Sending out good thoughts, and finally
  • Breathing like a bear

…this book teaches balance and calm, and life-long skills such as how to deal with anxiety, how to be more focused and how to find quiet in any situation.

Mindfulness – learning to be in the present moment – is a vital skill to learn at a young age.

Breathe Like A Bear promotes positive mindful habits and provides the tools to practise mindfulness, meaning children are better equipped to manage difficult emotional situations and their mental health. It is a long-term investment in their mental well-being. And the particular focus on conscious breathing provides a simple and accessible way of achieving calm anytime, anywhere.

We are delighted to be partnering with Trigger Publishing to offer this gorgeous Breathe Like a Bear mindfulness kids book in our first giveaway of 2020!

Written by Kira Willey, the award-winning children’s music artist, kids’ yoga expert and creator of Rockin’ Yoga school programmes, and with beautiful illustrations by Anni Betts,

Breathe Like A Bear is the perfect first step for children to find peace in their daily lives.

Breathe Like A Bear by Kira Willey and illustrated by Anni Betts will be published by Ups!de Down books on the 9th January at RRP £9.99 (Available on Amazon UK – affiliate link)

If you would like to win – all you have to do is follow the instructions within the Gleam widget below:

Win Breathe Like a Bear Mindfullness book for kids from Trigger Publishing

Closing date for the giveaway is Monday 10th February at 11.59pm, and the usual terms and conditions apply.

We hope you like this choice for our first giveaway of 2020, and good luck!

We are delighted to be partnering with Trigger Publishing to offer this gorgeous Breathe Like a Bear mindfulness kids book in our first giveaway of 2020!

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  • I’d like to win this book so I could give it to my niece who teaches first year primary school children in London. It would be a very useful tool for her to help teach the children techniques to improve their mental wellbeing whilst having fun.

  • My daughter used to practice mindfulness in her old school since weve moved areas the new school no longer does it and she misses it. I’d love to win this for her.

  • I would love to use this book when I start teaching for children who are struggling with their wellbeing and mental health.

  • My daughter suffers really badly with anxiety and I would love to win this go try some new mindfulness techniques with her.

  • I would love to win this book for my children to encourage them to practice mindfulness from a young age and to help calm them down when they are stressed x

  • I recently did a step 4 course that included mindfulness & it totally changed my life – my daughter is 5 this week & has her own struggles so I try as best as I can to teach her what I know; this book would be perfect to put it in a way that I simply can’t :)

  • I’d love to win this book because Daisy, who is 9, is a bookworm and reads everything she can get her hands on. I often ask her if she is OK as I pick her up from school because she very often looks pale and is very quiet.
    According to her reports, she gets on well with others at school and she is always praised for how well she is doing, but I often worry that sheseems to have lots of things on her mind that a nine year old shouldn’t worry about.
    She always tells me she is fine and after a little while she will chatter away like any other 9 year old, but I’d love her to see that there are ways to relax her mind.

  • This would be amazing to help my kids. Definitely my eldest daughter whos Having a rough time at school and is getting stressed along with me

  • I would use this book with the reception class I work in and read it alongside our TAKE 5 to help the children relax and practise mindfulness x

  • I would like to win this book for my 5 year old daughter who can get very angry and frustrated. We’ve done some breathing exercises before but I think she’d just love this book!

  • I’d really love this for my nephew, he sadly lost his dad last year and has developed anxiety and stress. Although he is getting professional help this could be great to have something to implement at home. He loves reading so this could be perfect.

  • My son has autism and is really struggling with anxiety, worrying and overthinking. This looks a great book to share with him.

  • Our Granddaughter has Autism and wakes frequently in the night scared and anxious. I think this book could really help to teach her some coping teqniques she can do with Mum or alone.

  • my daughter cried herself to sleep last night saying she felt worried and stressed! We have a worry doll but i reckon a breathing book would help her too.

  • Our son sometimes finds his homework difficult which causes him to feel agitated and worked up. Some mindfulness would definitely help him to be feel more calm.

  • My three year old enjoys yoga at nursery and
    a book on mindfulness would be very beneficial for him to keep calm.

  • My toddler is so hyper I worry thwt he’s not processing his emotions. This would be great to start mindfulness earky on

  • Would love to win for my grandson who gets himself stressed with school work and I feel this would help him cope

  • I absolutely love the idea of this book. I think its is amazing nowadays we all focus on mindfulness and we speak about feelings. It is so important for children to feel safe to express their emotions and this shows ways to do that together as a family. Its a yes from me!

  • I really think my youngest daughter would benefit from me reading this book she really struggles at times with her anxiety

  • I’d love to win this book for the children at my school. Classes are practising mindfulness daily and this would inspire them!

  • My eldest granddaughter, who is an only child, is a big worrier and she enjoys doing some children’s meditation with me to calm he mind down. I really think she would enjoy this.

  • It sounds like a really fun way for children to learn to manage their emotions and I think it would really help my little ones

  • I have a 9 year old girl who has been diagnosed with epilepsy and a 6 year old boy who is on the autistic spectrum, this will be ideal for them!

  • i would love to read this to my sons, its a good skill to know and i’m sure it would be great for my son with adhd x

  • It looks as if it presents mindfulness if a fun way that children can understand, so it will be great for when we’re out and about and the tantrums are becoming imminent

  • I practise mindfulness everyday as a tool to help with my pain management. It is a great resource for children for a variety of things

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