Calming activities

Discover a variety of calming activities that can help you relax and reduce stress. From mindfulness exercises to soothing hobbies, find ways to bring tranquility into your daily life.
Bracelets, Raising, Beautiful Sunset, Emotions, Activities, Breathing Techniques, Counseling, How Are You Feeling, Cute Bracelets

These breathing bracelets are a great activity for those who need a hands on technique to calm down. Breathing bracelets help you remember to slow down and breathe during stressful or overwhelming situations. This approach is a great way to help your children to be mindful of their emotions.You will need:Pony BeadsPipe Cleaners They each

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Margaret Jabboori
Adhd, Pre K, Yoga, Deep Breath, Breathe, Calming Techniques, Emotions, Mindfullness, Breathwork

Taking deep breaths is a great way to help our bodies calm down during big emotions. Teaching proper technique will help kids to begin to do this independently.Material: Flower/Candle Breathing Visual (available as a free resource in our shop).How To: • "Smell the flower" = deep breath in and hold • "Blow out the candle" = slow exhale out • Repeat 3 times Once kiddos understand the concept, you can remove the verbal prompt and just point to the sign or point to your nose as a cue to start…

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Does your toddler or baby get a little wild at certain times of the day? Try these tips to calm them down using sensory strategies. The relaxation will help them sleep and fall into a better routine. Try different options and see what works best for your child. Calm Sensory, Toddler Games, Toddler Stuff, Toodler, Toddler Sensory, Calming Activities, Cota, Toddler Snacks, Parenting Toddlers

Does your toddler or baby get a little wild at certain times of the day? Try these tips to calm them down using sensory strategies. The relaxation will help them sleep and fall into a better routine. Try different options and see what works best for your child.

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