TBE #060: 5 Fun Mindfulness Activities to Try in Your Classroom

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TBE #060: 5 Fun Mindfulness Activities to Try in Your Classroom

Free Mindfulness Resources for the Classroom

Today on The Balanced Educator Podcast, we are sharing 5 fun mindfulness activities you can do in your classroom – and we’ve got you covered with all of the resources you’ll need for them!

Here we go (all materials needed for these are in our free resources library):

  1. Five Finger Breathing, a visual way to breathe tracing your fingers as students inhale and exhale.
  2. Flower petal breathing, a printout where students trace the petals as they inhale and exhale.
  3. Mindful Eating, a script to walk your students through an activity where they use their 5 senses to experience eating mindfully.
  4. Mindfulness Scavenger Hunt, a worksheet where students are asked to use their 5 senses to discover their surroundings.
  5. A Memory that Brings me Joy script, a script you can use to guide your students through a mindfulness practice.

This episode is perfect for you if you want simple, fun activities to use in the classroom, no prep required!

Show notes:

Access the free resources mentioned above by enrolling in the following course: The Balanced Educator Free Resources

To find out the info and to register for our in-person workshop on April 25th, 2019 in Winnipeg: Educalme Classroom – Professional Development Workshop

To subscribe to our mailing list: Receive Happy Mindset Monday emails!

Check out our online mindfulness curriculum for the classroom: Educalme Classroom


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