Glitter Jar Activity for Calming Breaths
WHAT’S UP: One of the mindfulness exercises I teach schools and the younger students in my private and school training sessions is Glitter Jar Breathing. Great for helping kids understand why stopping to regulate their emotions matters, especially when done at the start of a lesson. They get it, and they like it! I’ve even tried this with an 8th grader I was mentoring on Zoom who’s immediate reaction was wide-eyes. He reported finding it “cool”!
So while you may read about people saying this is for preschool and primary school students, I encourage you to get to know your students and go by their personality and interests rather than just biological age.
glitter jar activity for calming down explained
glitter jar activity: FOLLOW ALONG AND BREATHE
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Eleni Vardaki works with individuals and schools, offering services and package deals that support parent, teacher, and student well-being. Her business mission is to help bridge the gap between mainstream education systems and the well-being skills we need to thrive. She believes that if we care about student well-being, it makes sense to also care about the well-being of those who care for them. To book an obligation-free introductory meeting to see if it’s a match, you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org