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A Jar Full of Feelings is a visual sensory regulation activity to help children recognize and respond appropriately to their feelings.

A Jar Full of Feelings is a visual sensory regulation activity to help children recognize and respond appropriately to their feelings. Explaining feelings an

Build a Worry Warrior. Create an imaginary creature or contraption to help gobble up your worries!

Art therapy: Build a Worry Warrior. Create an imaginary creature or contraption to help gobble up your worries

Explaining mindfulness to young kids

How to Explain Mindfulness To Young Children

Creativity in Therapy: How Full Is Your Bucket? | Carolyn Mehlomakulu, LMFT, ATR- The bucket metaphor lends itself well to interactive and creative activities for children, groups, or families.

Creativity in Therapy: How Full Is Your Bucket?The bucket metaphor lends itself well to interactive and creative activities for children, groups, or families.

Introducing mindfulness to kids

Kung Fu Panda - Po worrying about what has happened and what might happen rather than simply being in the present moment. Can use with teaching mindfulness.

In Alex and the Scary Things, children are taught strategies and skills such as breathing techniques, grounding skills, and emotional expression < sample breathing technique exercise to use with kids

In Alex and the Scary Things, children are taught strategies and skills such as breathing techniques, grounding skills, and emotional expression < sample breathing technique exercise to use with kids