By Charlie Loran •
Published: 19 Aug 2020 • 18:27
MINDFULNESS is useful for children and adults alike, with kids as young as nursery age learning about it in school. When a child is absorbed in play, you’ll see they are mini mindfulness masters!
Mindfulness is paying attention, noticing what’s happening outside of you, as well as your thoughts and feelings, and letting it all be as it is. It’s a skill that helps us cope with large emotions and challenging experiences and, just like a muscle, it’s something we can all build with practice.
Here are three easy exercises to introduce at home with children-
Find some calm through the chaotic days for yourself and your child.
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