Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Mindfulness books

Mindfulness books for kids

Everybody gets stressed, even students. However, they can be taught to cope and manage it by becoming aware of their own feelings and finding ways to be centered, calm and able to just let go of worry. These are books below that are suitable for elementary students and they are all about helping children to have mindfulness so that they can prevent anxiety and depression from developing. The last three books are helpful guides for parents and teachers.

   
Charlotte and the Happy Place                           Master of Mindfulness

   
Sitting Still Like a Frog                              The Lemonade Hurricane

                    
         Take the Time: Mindfulness for Kids      Planting Seeds: Practicing Mindfulness with Children

 
 Mindful Movements                                             The Mindful Child

1 comment:

Karyn Phillips said...

Love this list of mindfulness resources. Thanks so much for sharing. I have a couple of them and have now managed to track down the rest at our local library. We are embedding mindfulness in our school curriculum and these book suggestions will support our work. :-)

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