Mighty Little Minds is an online mindfulness course for kids aged 6-12 years old, that helps you build resilient, emotionally intelligent children.
What you’ll get:
The course contains 4 modules, covering 4 important aspects of mindfulness – sensory awareness, body awareness, managing emotions, and managing thoughts. Each module contains:
- Educational and instructional videos
- A range of mindfulness exercises
- A guided meditation
- Comprehensive worksheets and handouts
- Reflection questions designed to get children thinking about how each exercise might help them and how to use the strategies in their own lives
- Scripts for adults – so you know exactly how to explain and introduce the activities to your child.
By the end of this course, your child will understand what mindfulness is, and how it can help them. They will have a range of mindfulness strategies to use that will help them effectively manage their emotions, thoughts and behaviours. These include calming breathing exercises, activities to help improve focus and concentration, exercises to improve positive self belief, strategies to manage negative thinking, and exercises designed to help them learn how to respond thoughtfully instead of reacting impulsively when they experience big emotions.
During the course your child will explore:
- How to use the 5 senses to be fully present in the moment
- The link between emotions, thoughts and bodily sensations, and how to recognise emotions within the body.
- The effects of the stress response on the body and how to use mindfulness strategies to calm both the body and mind
- The concepts of gratitude and kindness and how to incorporate these into their daily routines.
- How to use mindfulness techniques to manage negative self talk and unhelpful thinking
- The function of emotions, and how mindfulness can help us learn to accept all of our feelings.
This course is for you if you want to:
- See fewer meltdowns, tantrums, negative self talk, door slamming, arguing, anxiety and worry
- Spend more time connecting and enjoying the little moments with your child and less time butting heads
- Spend less time dealing with aggressive outbursts and more time communicating thoughtfully with your child about their emotions
- Give your children skills that will help them succeed both now, and in the future.