Each school day, students can feel the level of stress ebb and flow. Try these micro practices for your classroom to support them.
3 ideas to create safe learning environments that empower and value everyone in the classroom. Try #3: co-develop community agreements with your students.
At times of transition, we can help our children reflect back on the year, the month, and even each day. Try this reflection activity and help students think about successes, challenges, and new ideas.
One way to have fun with your students, celebrate another school year, and practice mindfulness is by having a freeze dance party!
Take your students on a Nature Walk and use the fives sense to help them connect with the world around them, each other, and themselves.
Make waves and have some fun with this mindful activity that will ask your students to work together and bring awareness to physical sensations.
One way to help students navigate difficult emotions is to help them reorient their focus on the different things they are seeing, hearing, and feeling.
Teach your students the ABC’s of Emotions to help them develop emotional intelligence and support them when they’re having difficult emotions.