Today’s Parent posted an article describing 10 ways for kids to practice mindfulness. My favorite is the “snow break”, in in which you lie down and imagine that snow is falling on top of you. When you’re covered in snow, you’re done. Not only is this a cute way for a kid or an adult to quickly reset, it’s also a nice visualization during the hottest month of the year in the northern hemisphere.

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