Many parents say meditation is a helpful tool for their kids. More research is needed to understand how meditation might specifically benefit kids with learning and attention issues. But it can be a good way to help all kids cope with stress.
Addressing spirituality with children is different than addresing spirituality in adults, and it can start with mindfulness. I thought this article was great because it provides free, printable worksheets of activities to facilitate mindfulness with child
Stress relief for teachers and students! Stressed, anxious or overwhelmed - STOP - take a minute out of your day. Be mindful & focus - ask yourself these questions, while breathing in, hold & then breathing out slowly.
Star Breathing- - -one of the coping skills in the Hot To Calm Behavior Reflection Pack Goal-Teach children and family breathing techniques. Offers distraction and helps coping during procedural situations.
Letting Go of Worries (& other worksheets) - Imagine that there is a tree called the Hug Me Tree.Draw or write about any worries you might have and stick them on the branches. You can use the Hug Me tree at night to leave your worries behind before you