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For Kids: Meditaiton & Mindfulness for Kids | More Books for Kids

Resting the mind in the present moment and paying attention to the breath is an inavaluable practice to teach children and teens. Cultivating this skill helps them to manage stress, ease anxiety, increase focus, and develop compassion.  Our authors are experts in teaching mindfulness to young people and families--and our books in this genre offer guidance and practices that are as useful for parents as they are for kids.

Books on Meditaiton & Mindfulness for Kids


Girl Time: A Mother-Daughter Activity Book for Sharing, Bonding, and Really Talking

Sometimes it’s hard to talk with your mom about feelings and situations that tween girls these days have to deal with—like stress, frustration, feeling in control, and being bored. Girl Time is full of fun activities that you can do with your mom that will also show you great ways to calm down, chill out, express yourself, feel positive, and become really confident!

This book includes:

  • Games, mazes, and fill-in-the blank letters to help you learn more about yourself—and your mom
  • Tips and strategies for getting yourself motivated, relaxed, or out of a funk
  • Simple breathing exercises to calm your mind
  • Great advice on what to eat to power up, boost your mood, and activate your mind
  • And much more!



Sitting Still Like a Frog

$17.95 - Paperback

By: Eline Snel

This introduction to mindfulness meditation for children and their parents includes practices that can help children calm down, become more focused, fall asleep more easily, alleviate worry, manage anger, and generally become more patient and aware. The accompanying audio CD has guided meditations voiced by Myla Kabat-Zinn, co-author of Everyday Blessings: The Inner Work of Mindful Parenting.


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Sitting Still Like a Frog

Sitting Still Like a Frog

Kids take to mindful awareness naturally, even enthusiastically, as soon as they see how it works. If you’re a parent, teacher, therapist—or anyone who works with kids—this online course will give you the skills you need to introduce the youngsters in your world to mindfulness and its many benefits. Best-selling Shambhala Publications author and mindfulness trainer Eline Snel offers simple, playful ways to introduce kids to the basics.

Taught By: Eline Snel