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How to Improve Children’s Sleep with Mindfulness

By James J. Crist, Ph.D., author of What’s the Big Deal About Addictions? Mindfulness is a popular topic these days. It can be helpful for a variety of problems, including stress management, anxiety, chronic pain, and depression. Mindfulness is also … Continue reading

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3 Mindfulness Activities for Challenging Behaviors

By Molly Breen Challenging behavior in preschool is the rule, not the exception. In my setting, every day is a new opportunity for kids to be expressive, interactive, impulsive, and so on. Observing and responding to kids is the bulk … Continue reading

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Educator Resources to Support Students’ Mental Health

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and we’ve put together a list of resources (some free!) to help educators support students’ mental health and social and emotional learning. Mental Health Educator Resources, Elementary Reduce challenging behaviors and improve elementary student … Continue reading

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Mental Health Resources to Support Students’ Well-Being

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and we’ve put together a list of resources (some free!) to support students’ mental health and well-being. Mental Health Board Book Collection Ease worries and help toddlers calm down and feel valued with this … Continue reading

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Cultivating Imagination and Creativity During the Pandemic

By Bernardo Marçolla, author of All You Can Imagine Many of us tend to conceive of imagination as a purely childlike attribute, with a basis  more in fantasy than in reality—and that it is of little use in the face … Continue reading

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