Being able to teach feeling and emotions to kids at an early age is so important for their positive mental wellbeing. We’ve got you covered – visit the site to download this free activity today!
Mindfulness is a concept that is growing in popularity and gaining a lot of traction, but it’s not a new concept at all. There are so many benefits to mindfulness, and many of us adults try to engage in mindfulness in our daily lives. But have you ever thought about extending the concept to your kids?
Mindfulness is very beneficial to children. They can, for example, learn to focus on the present moment and what is happening in the new instead of worrying about the future. Habits of mindfulness can help kids learn to be more patient, as well as helping them learn to control their impulses.
As you can see, this is just the tip of the iceberg on how mindfulness activities can help children.
Let’s take a look at what we have for you on the site and where you can begin, shall we?
Here are some fun printables to help;
- There’s a free activity for kids about belonging,
- A mindful activity for kids that is focused on friendship, and,
- Some lovely mindful art activities for kids.
When it comes to mindfulness it takes more than just handing your child a printable. So even though we provide lovely printables for you to work through together, we also have some posts to guide you on how to teach your kids mindfulness.
- This is actually a printable for you to help you be an active listener for your kids,
- Or maybe you need some guidance to talk about feelings with your kids, and lastly,
- Find out how to help your kids deal with ups and downs with the rollercoaster of emotions activity sheet.
Take a look at the rest of the activites and resources on our site, they are sure to help.
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