Recommended Products

There are so many amazing products out there. Here are a few that I recommend

Generation Mindful - Digital Calming Corner & Time-In Toolkit This digital toolkit teachers kids ages 2-7 how to navigate big emotions though social emotional skill building games. It includes feelings posters, social-emotional learning activities, virtual affirmation cards, sing-a-long videos and support resources for you to print out

A to Z Coping Card Set

This Coping Alphabet gives ideas of all the ways that we can care for our body and mind. We all get overwhelmed and it is important to learn strategies to cope. Read through the letters and practice the prompts as you go. Find your favourites and use them whenever you need to bring more calm to the situation. This puzzle promotes language and literacy skills, encourages observational skills and discussion and also develops hand eye coordination. Developed by 5 Little Bears and available in my store.

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Generation Mindful - Time-In Activity Book This includes 8 downloadable activities that explores emotions and affirmations

A to Z Mindfulness Card Set

Mindfulness is bringing yourself back to the present moment, being aware of your senses, thoughts and emotions in that moment and not letting your thoughts run away to the "what ifs". Teaching children mindfulness skills from an early age is significantly improves their performance academically, socially and emotionally. Part of the reason for this is that mindfulness helps build neurological pathways in the brain that promote focus and cognitive control. This puzzle promotes language and literacy skills, encourages observational skills and discussion and also develops hand eye coordination. These are creatied by 5 Little Bears and are available in my store

Emotions/Body Parts Dice

Used on its own, roll the Emotions dice and have the children give their best emotive expression! They could be happy, sad, angry, scared, laughing or surprised. This Emotions dice also works well paired with our Body Parts dice in a set. Roll one dice to find out which emotion they will feel and the other to find a body part. They then need to explain how that part of their body reacts with the particular emotion rolled. Eg. the dice land on the laughing girl and the heart. Ask the children how their heart feels when they are laughing. Is it beating fast? Or the dice land on the angry boy and the hands. Ask the children to pull the face and describe what their hands do when they feel angry. Are their fists clenched? Do they wave their hands in the air? These dice will help children to explore and identify their emotions in a fun and engaging way. only small one available on my site Thanks to Bonnie from Peaceful, Playful & Present for the inspiration to create these wonderful resources. Created by 5 Little Bears and available in my store