A collection of mindfulness teaching resources, including activity task cards, meditation scripts, coloring sheets, and more.
The positive benefits of teaching mindfulness to children have been proven across a number of studies. Incorporating mindfulness into everyday classroom activities is becoming more and more common. A five or ten-minute daily mindfulness practice can help students reduce stress and anxiety, increase concentration and engagement, sleep better, improve social skills, and develop problem-solving and decision-making skills.
This teaching resource pack supports daily mindfulness in the classroom with a teacher information sheet, a range of activities, meditation scripts, trackers, and mindfulness coloring resources.
This teaching resource pack includes:
- Mindfulness Teacher Information Sheet
- Mindfulness Activity Task Cards
- Mindful Breathing – Guided Meditation Script
- Body Scan – Guided Meditation Script
- Breathing Colors – Guided Meditation Script
- Mindfulness Coloring Pinwheel Activity
- Mindfulness Coloring Sheets – Portrait
- Pattern Coloring (Version 2)
- Mindfulness Activity Tracker – 9 Weeks
- Mindfulness Activity Tracker – 10 Weeks
- Mindfulness Activity Tracker – 11 Weeks
- Mindfulness Coloring – Letter and Number Pennant Banners
- Mindfulness Coloring – Letter, Number, and Punctuation Set
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It consists of 8 lessons of approximately 60 minutes duration. These lessons may be taught as a complete unit of work, or they may be taught individually as stand-alone lessons. The sequence of lessons and suggested time frames should be regarded as a guide only; teachers should pace lessons in accordance with the individual learning needs of their class. Teachers are encouraged to collect samples of students’ work throughout the unit to reflect their learning journey.
by Stephanie (Teach Starter) Jun 18th, 2018
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