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Train Your Brain to Pay Better Attention with Mindfulness

By Shannon Anderson, author of  Y Is for Yet: A Growth Mindset Alphabet Did you know that 47 percent of the time, the average American adult is not paying attention to what they’re doing? That’s a pretty staggering statistic. This is … Continue reading

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11 Uplifting Ideas to Try at Home or in the (Virtual) Classroom

Adapted from Stay Positive In a Jar® This year on the blog, we’ve covered topics relating to the global pandemic and distance learning. While these topics are important and vital to talk about, they’re often heavy and serious. Today we’re … Continue reading

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Letters to the Universe

As the coronavirus pandemic crosses the globe, we are learning that while we may be far apart, we are also deeply connected. In this post, we’d like to invite you and your students and families to write letters to our … Continue reading

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New Colors and Connections for Earth Hour in Times of COVID-19

By Bernardo Marçolla, author of Me and You and the Universe Today we are experiencing an unprecedented phenomenon on a worldwide scale related to the wide spread of COVID-19. In many countries, strict quarantines have been adopted, with profound impacts … Continue reading

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Getting Our Students Ready to Learn with Mindfulness

By James Butler, M.Ed., author of Mindful Classrooms: Daily 5-Minute Practices to Support Social-Emotional Learning (PreK to Grade 5) As teachers, we want the best for our students. We want our students to be the best versions of themselves, to … Continue reading

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