Movement and Mindfulness Resources & Training for Early Learning

“Apparently, this self regulation stuff works.  My students earned the highest math and reading scores in the school after we started using your resources.” – Kimberly Anderson Teacher, MN

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Self Regulation Resources for Home & Classroom

Movement & Mindfulness Curriculum
with Online Teacher Guide

$310.00–$490.00

Learn & implement the Movement & Mindfulness Curriculum with ease and confidence.

With the Online Teacher Guide (OTG), you get an introduction to how all the components work together; an explanation of the foundational principles and the research it’s based on; video demonstrations of the self-regulation skills and brain-based practices, and access to free monthly conference calls for personalized coaching.

OTG comes with either hardcopy or download so pick your option before adding to cart.

 

Self Regulation Resources for Home & Classroom

Movement & Mindfulness Curriculum with Online Teacher Guide

$310.00–$490.00

Learn & implement the Movement & Mindfulness Curriculum with ease and confidence. With the Online Teacher Guide (OTG), you get an introduction to how all the components work together; an explanation of the foundational principles and the research it’s based on; video demonstrations of the self-regulation skills and brain-based practices, and access to free monthly conference calls for personalized coaching.

OTG comes with either hardcopy or download so pick your option before adding to cart.

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Mindfulness and Yoga Lesson Plans

How to teach social emotional learning skills?

We don’t learn from experience. We learn from reflecting on experience. -John Dewey How to teach social emotional learning To teach social-emotional skills, educators and parents need to build in time for children to imagine, experiment, and reflect on their...

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What are Social Emotional Learning Standards?

Social Emotional Learning is about developing the ability to: set and achieve goals feel and show empathy establish and maintain relationships make responsible decisions understand and manage emotions Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Standards list the intrapersonal,...

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Body-Mind Development 101

Health, Academic, and Social-Emotional Competence starts at home with daily play and exercise. My interview with Marcia Washington reaffirmed some basic truths about child development that I want to passionately re-iterate! 1. Physical coordination precedes and lays...

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FREE Embodied Mindfulness Video Program for Kids

The free Embodied Mindfulness Video by Wellness Through Movement is an 8-minute animated story (see below for video), designed to be presented to children in 4 two-minute sections.  It shows how two children who get in trouble for not listening come to understand what...

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Stimulation vs Nourishment

In the video below, Rafe Kelley, founder of Evolve Move Play, presents a valuable distinction between that which fills our attention and feeds our monkey minds and that which nourishes our humanity and fuels our personal development.   It’s a valuable lens through...

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2 Breathing Exercises to Support Executive Function

The official definition of executive function is: a set of processes that all have to do with managing oneself and one's resources in order to achieve a goal.  It is an umbrella term for the neurologically-based skills involving mental control and self-regulation....

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A Breathing Exercise for Impulse Control

Impulse Control Defined Impulse control refers to the ability to think before acting and to forgo an immediate desire to wait for a later reward. For children, impulse control means developing social skills such as managing to wait politely for food to be prepared;...

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Good Health Starts with Self-Regulation

Recently, my teacher sent me this article by Gabor Maté: How to Build a Culture of Good Health.  Read it!  It beautifully explains the holistic, relational, developmental nature of health that I think we’ve all experienced at some level but never had words for:...

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Executive Function – Better Behavior and More Learning

According to CA Head Start: Higher order thinking skills are crucial to a child’s success in school, and they are a challenge to support in the preschool classroom. Why? Because brain executive function mode requires physical well-being, emotional safety and embodied...

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