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Winter Mindful Breathing Exercises | Winter Mindfulness | Transition Tools | Coping Skills for Kids | Coping Strategies

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Introducing mindfulness to young students is crucial for developing healthy coping skills! Mindful breathing exercises are great ways to show your little ones how to calm down racing thoughts and slow down racing hearts.

These Winter themed exercises are great for educators, parents and anyone who works with children to have on hand as a coping tool for regulation, and for self care! I personally love to use these in my Calm Down Station and during transitions for my younger students to help refocus during the winter months.

Be sure to check out my store for resources focused on social emotional learning and mindfulness for little ones!

These resources are great for classroom teachers, school counselors, speech and language pathologists, special education teachers, and anyone who wants to teach their child/student/patient how to understand emotions. Perfect for displays, direct lessons, or distance learning.

I would LOVE to see how you use this in your classroom. Make sure to tag @socializing.with.sprouts if you post any pictures on Insta!




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What's Included

The exercises included:

-Snowflake Breathing

-Snowman Breaths

-Pine Tree Breathing

-Hot Chocolate Breaths

-Penguin Waddle Breathing

-Reindeer Breaths

-Mitten Breaths

-Candy Cane Breathing

Step by step instructions are on the back of each card for students to follow along.

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Mindfulness Mindful Breathing Breathing Exercises Coping Skills for Kids Social Emotional Learning Transition Tools Coping Strategies

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