Mindfulness in the Classroom

 

The Mindfulness in the Classroom Series of post were written to support the development of mindful practice in the classroom so that it becomes part and parcel of classroom life. By encouraging these mindful skills and getting children to use them, we start to develop the neuropathways that will support a child’s health and well-being for their entire life.

Click on each title to find many useful strategies for the classroom.

This page will be updated as new post are written.

Mindfulness In the Classroom- It Can Make a Difference

Mindfulness Starts Here

How To Start Developing Mindfulness in the Classroom – How to Guide

Mindful Colouring

Meditation

Breathing

Gratitude

Starfish Hand Meditation

Mindful Listening

Mindful Walking

Mind Jar Meditation

Yoga

Music

Mindful Eating 

Emotional Intelligence 

Mindful Doodling

Finger Labyrinth Meditation

Mindful Laughter

Body Scan

Mini Meditations

Mindful Handwriting

Mindful Singing

Mindful Hand Massage

Mindful Facial Massages

#PositivePostItDay- The Idea

#PositivePostItDay- A Growing Mindfulness

5 Minute Mindfulness Strategy – Releasing Emotions

#WeekOfGratitude

Test Taking Tips

Top Test Taking Tips for PARENTS

Using Play Dough Part 1  (Play Dough Recipe, Play Dough Meditation, Play Dough Mandala, Mandala Meditation)

Using Play Dough Part 2  ( WORRY Stones, Finger Labyrinths, stone Towers)

Loving Kindness 

Spread Positivity! (Free Posters/Quotes you can download and use.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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