50 actividades de mindfulness de bondad, concentración y calma
Written by Whitney Stewart
Illustrated by Mina Braun
Now in Spanish -- make any moment mindful from morning to night with 5 categories of sturdy activity cards, designed to fit into each part of the day. Full-color illustrations, easy-to-follow instructions and an 8-page instruction booklet make this one-of-a-kind mindfulness deck an inclusive tool for nurturing inner peace and strength.
Product Dimensions: 5.50 x 7.25 inches
Page Count: 50 cards + 8-page booklet
Age Range: Ages 4-10 years
Format : Spanish Card Deck
EXPERT AUTHOR: Mindful Kids was written by an award-winning author and mindfulness expert, with input from early childhood development and inclusion specialists.
TEACHES USEFUL TECHNIQUES: Research shows that practicing mindfulness increases focus and concentration, teaches children to self-regulate emotions and develops empathy, self-awareness and kindness.
MINDFULNESS FOR ALL: Easily adaptable for home or classroom use, these cards are structured to take all children, regardless of ability, through their whole day from morning to night with peace and inner strength.
HANDY FORMAT: The deck format with sturdy cards is perfect for busy kids. Mix and match the cards you need from the different categories below and keep them close for reference during your practice.
“By far my favorite resource for Spanish mindfulness activities for kids” – Spanish Playground
Written by - Whitney Stewart
Whitney Stewart puts her heart, mind and feet into her work. She has trekked in a Himalayan snowstorm with Sir Edmund Hillary, climbed to remote Buddhist monasteries in Tibet, interviewed the Dalai Lama in India and sat for days in meditation retreats. She is the author of many travel articles, and of both fiction and nonfiction for children. When she is not writing or traveling, she teaches mindfulness and meditation to children and adults.
Illustrated by - Mina Braun
Mina Braun is an illustrator and printmaker from Germany. She now lives in Berlin, after studying at Edinburgh College of Art and working in bonny Scotland for more than a decade. All her work starts with a black line drawing, which then evolves into a screen print or digital image.