Help kids and young adults practice mindfulness to help promote happiness, attention, and emotional control. Mindfulness activities include listening to music, coloring, making crafts, and much more. Activities are specifically tailored to kids and young adults.
Simple mindfulness activities for kids and young adults
Self Control Activities
Students will enjoy this calming zen activity that helps them distinguish between things that they can control and those that they cannot control. Once they learn to refocus on the things that they can control, they will feel more self control. The focus of this craft is to develop a positive mindset about life and to learn to let go of things that are not worth worrying over.
'A Ball About Me', a fun first week back to school art activity. This soccer ball template invites children to respond to prompts in a personal, imaginative way using doodles, mark making, graffiti style lettering and imagery. Click on the link for me information and images
help your children explore the emotions of the Inside Out movie using these 15 fun Inside Out inspired activities, crafts, and games.
Friendship Activities: I Can Be A Sweet Friend
This resource includes 2 activities, 1 worksheet and 4 posters to help kids learn how to be a good friend. In the two activities, students will differentiate between a "sweet" friend and a "sour" friend. The fun watermelon theme will be sure to engage young learners, and the posters will give students a visual reminder of what it means to be a good friend!