TBE #060: 5 Fun Mindfulness Activities to Try in Your Classroom


Manage episode 244063064 series 2424372
By Kailey Lefko and Josianne Barnabé: Teachers and Co-founders of Educalme, Kailey Lefko, Josianne Barnabé: Teachers, and Co-founders of Educalme. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Today on The Balanced Educator Podcast, we are sharing 5 fun mindfulness activities you can do in your classroom:

  1. Five Finger Breathing, a visual way to breathe tracing your fingers as students inhale and exhale.
  2. Flower petal breathing, a printout where students trace the petals as they inhale and exhale.
  3. Mindful Eating, a script to walk your students through an activity where they use their 5 senses to experience eating mindfully.
  4. Mindfulness Scavenger Hunt, a worksheet where students are asked to use their 5 senses to discover their surroundings.
  5. A Memory that Brings me Joy script, a script you can use to guide your students through a mindfulness practice.

This episode is perfect for you if you want simple, fun activities to use in the classroom, no prep required!

Show notes

Educalme Classroom is your clear roadmap & simple action plan to prioritize social-emotional development so that your students are ready for calm and focused learning. Get a full year of ready-to-use audio, video and printable mindfulness lessons for the classroom. No prep required! Try Educalme Classroom for free!

Subscribe to our mailing list and receive free social-emotional learning resources for the classroom periodically!

5 Fun Mindfulness Activities to Try in Your Classroom

The post TBE #060: 5 Fun Mindfulness Activities to Try in Your Classroom appeared first on Educalme.

199 episodes