Calming Colouring for Kids
About this deal
I love the Birthday Cake colour by numbers sheet and the Lion colour by numbers sheet for these activities. Everyone needs a calm moment now and again, and that's why we've created these mindfulness colouring pages for kids.
We've even started producing mindfulness colouring activities with different children's names on, so that you can personalise their colouring time, like this Ivy Mindfulness Name Colouring Activity. Approaching colouring slowly and carefully, giving your full attention to the movement of pen on page, creates the perfect escape from all those worries buzzing around your head. My products have been created as a supportive tool to help children improve their emotional intelligence. Due to the sheer amount of books I've had to review I am only just embarking on the book itself, but as this blog might reach people with dehabilitating anxiety I shall be doing my first non-colouring book review on it in the near future so watch this space! Featuring 40 colouring pages that can be completed in 10, 20 or 30 minutes, this set includes online access to Dr Rodski's Soundscience program, allowing readers to listen to the audio while they colour and achieve a deeper sense of calm.
Taking time out to colour is a great way to help calm you child in anxious situations or even if they just need a bit of quiet time. With a free online video exclusive to The Works, you can relax and de-stress using proven neuroscience principles. Whether you’ve got ten minutes to spare at lunch or a few lazy hours on a Sunday, losing yourself in a colouring book is a simple, enjoyable and undemanding path to inner peace.
Our mindfulness colouring pages are a great way of focusing children's minds on a simple and relaxing task.
Our lovely teacher and design teams have solved the issue and the new version is now available to download. An example of using colouring for mindfulness would be: "I'll colour all the squares in this picture blue.
As calm mindfulness resources to give your children a chance to be aware of the moment and reflect on their feelings and thoughts. Concentrate yourselves on doing something creative and let your skills shine whilst you take your mind off any of your worries. The other option is to take a Lion Breath and ask your child to notice their inner bravery, then take a big breath and roar like a lion. This mindfulness colouring for kids is a great way to improve children's wellbeing through a calming, fun activity.This emphasises that you're concentrating on only one task and encouraging the training of your mind to one focal point. First Name * Please enter a First Name Please enter a valid First Name, the maximum length is 50 characters. Not only do they encourage children to focus their attention, but they are great for developing fine motor skills in your Year 1-6 classes. Mindfulness colouring is a great way for children to practise mindfulness, getting them to concentrate on one simple task like colouring. The aim is to take the pages and turn them into a mini-booklet (multi up, double-sided so it's small), and he has 10 mins of colouring at the end of the day.