Mindfulness for children as young as age 2!
Available April 2019!
Mindful Tots: Tummy Ride
Calming breaths for little ones.
Introduce an age-appropriate breathing technique to toddlers with Mindful Tots: Tummy Ride! Designed to help young children manage the ups and downs of everyday emotions, Tummy Ride features calming ocean wave imagery, cheerful illustrations and simple text that very small children and adults can enjoy together. This sturdy board book doubles as an instruction manual perfect for use at home or at child care, with individual children or with groups.
AGES 2 – 4 | 9781782857488
Available April 2019!
Mindful Tots: Loving Kindness
Happy feelings for little ones.
Nurture self-compassion, empathy and inner peace with a simple loving kindness activity! With bright illustrations, simple text, and an eye toward small children’s emotional needs, Mindful Tots: Loving Kindness makes this ancient mindfulness technique accessible for children as young as age 2. And with a durable board book format, Loving Kindness is just right for mindful moments on the go.
AGES 2 – 4 | 9781782857495
The term “mindfulness” refers to paying keen attention to your senses and surroundings. Valuable for children and adults, mindfulness is especially useful for achieving emotional balance and managing anxiety.
Help children build empathy, manage everyday emotions and have fun with mindfulness! Illustrated, easy-to-follow games, activities and meditations support kids through each part of their day, from morning to night. Features tips to adapt activities for a wide range of abilities.
Ages 4+ | DECK OF 50 CARDS WITH 8PP ILLUSTRATED LEAFLET
5.12 IN x 7.25 IN x 1.14 IN
Calm the mind and body, improve patience and boost confidence with yoga! These 50 colorful cards are a wonderful introduction to yoga for enthusiasts of all shapes and sizes. Practice solo or try partner poses with a friend!
ALL AGES | DECK OF 50 CARDS WITH 8PP ILLUSTRATED LEAFLET
5.12 IN x 7.25 IN x 1.25 IN
“Through these fun activities, children can improve flexibility, grace and agility while at the same time improving inner strength, confidence and self-esteem.”
—Deepak Chopra, M.D.
The best way to teach gratitude is to model it! Our children watch us more than we realize; they notice that we thank others or have a positive outlook. Make it a habit to talk about the best parts of your day and ask children to share theirs!