When children lack social and emotional skills, they act in ways that are challenging for parents, teachers, and caregivers.
Mindfulness practices can meet a need for adults and children alike to find physical and mental calm in demanding times and places.
Children can learn mindfulness-based techniques and develop strong and stable attention skills, the building blocks of mindfulness.
In the March 26 learning opportunity, participants will learn:
– the benefits of mindfulness.
– experience and practice mindful skills.
– be able to identify children’s books that assist with focus and self-control.
– learn activities and concepts that help you understand mindfulness practices.