“I usually eat an orange by just shoving it in my mouth because they’re so delicious.” – Elementary Student
Today, try engaging all your senses and paying full attention when you eat something delicious. Let these elementary students guide you through it.
Thank you Greater Good Science Center for your partnership in creating this video!
Mindful eating is a lesson in our research-backed Mindful Schools K-12 curriculum. Have fun adapting this lesson with a raisin, an orange, or a chocolate chip.
Can you try to remember to take one mindful bite at your next meal? While many of us are at home with students due to school closures, try this fun activity with your kids.
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