mindfullness for kids and teens
Anxiety Peak Of Panic on Instagram: “Always remember that THIS WILL PASS. No matter how hard right now might feel it will pass, it always does. Think of your last panic attack-…”
Always remember that THIS WILL PASS. No matter how hard right now might feel it will pass, it always does. Think of your last panic attack-…
10 Fun Ways to Talk to Kids About Coping Skills
Looking for fun ways to teach kids coping skills? Your students will love these fun, hands-on coping skills games, coping skills crafts, and coping skills activities to help them deal with tough feelings. These are perfect for classroom guidance lessons, small group counseling, or individual counseling to build calming strategies. -Counselor Keri
Self-Regulation Coping Strategies for Classroom Management Calm Corner Tool
Teaching self-regulation tools helps the thinking part of their brain, the pre-fontal cortex, to remain engaged and in charge. Many of our students need extra support in this area, often coming to school already in a state of fear, worry & chronic stress. Until we help students manage and relate to these challenging emotional experiences, they will have a hard time learning the academic tools that students need to be successful in and out of school. #SchoolCounselors #Teachers
Fantastic Five Senses Unit
SC.1.L.14.1 Make observations of living things and their environment using the five senses.--Students will go on a nature walk to observe the world around them. The teacher can choose to use all five senses or focus in on a specific sense each time, like a listening walk. Students will come back to the class and record what they observed.
MINDFULNESS BUNDLE: for Social Emotional Learning Support & Calm Classrooms
These mindfulness brain breaks are part of a Mindfulness Bundle for school counselors, therapists and teachers to use with young people to promote calm and self-regulation.
Meditation for Depression and Anxiety - Inner Health
If you’re stressed and running on little time, the good news is that your breath can be a very grounding anchor to focus on. Next time you’re itching for a short walk or coffee break, listen to the urge. Overflowing inbox got you down? And likewise, you can’t perform at your best during your work hours when it’s clogging up your attention at all hours of the day. And, if staying out of your inbox takes an unrealistic amount of willpower, these are some c #MindfulnessPractice