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Mindfulness Exercises for Kids: The Concept of Mindfulness

Mindfulness Exercises for Kids: The Concept of Mindfulness

Mindfulness does have multiple meanings – it varies depending on who you ask. While not a psychiatrist, I consider mindfulness to be a helpful strategy to focus on the present moment without judgment. It is beneficial for children to learn and for parents to practice.   For this article, I will explain the various aspects of mindfulness as I studied it in Dialectical Behavior Therapy. I found it useful in my life with my kids.   WHAT MINDFULNESS? Mindfulness has a history in multiple faith practices and …

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Mindfulness Exercises for Kids: The Concept of Mindfulness
6 Hands-On Activities to Teach Kids About Patience

Hands-On Activities to Teach Kids About Patience

When I reveal character characteristics to my children alongside a gesture they can comprehend from their faculties, it is increasingly necessary (just as fun). For e.g., suggesting that adoration reflects the sun that warms us and gives light to the world … by walking outside and enjoying the sunshine. Or on the other hand, clarifying …

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6 Hands-On Activities to Teach Kids About Patience
Literacy Activities That Build Character

Literacy Activities That Build Character

My most mature kid (now five-and-a-half years old) is figuring out how to write and peruse, and through our everyday practice, I have conceptualized thoughts on developmental experiences that build character and recall. He now has genuinely outstanding analysis knowledge of multiple character characteristics, and our courses will definitely contain more than one trait. Such …

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Literacy Activities That Build Character
Game to Build Emotional Intelligence

Game to Build Emotional Intelligence for Preschoolers

Our non-verbal communication, particularly our hands, may so say. We play a game called “My hands will tell …” It’s just about emulating what we’re doing our minds. We construct situations and combine using our hands to express our feelings. Another bent is to dream of a sensation and imitate it with their hands and …

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Game to Build Emotional Intelligence
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