I’m on a mission. I’m determined to help my daughter learn self-regulation skills to feel successful in her life. After years of struggle trying to figure out how to help us both manage our big emotions, we’re turning mainly to the simplest practice: our breath. We’re practicing various breathing exercises for kids together to help her to calm and focus her mind and body.
Below you’ll find five breathing exercises that you can try with your children in your home, classroom, or studio. Use these breathing techniques as a springboard to encourage your child’s creativity. My daughter teaches me new breaths all the time, using her imagination. This includes the Eagle Breath, which you’ll find in our Breathing Cards for Kids PDF Download.
5 Kid-Friendly Breathing Exercises to Bring Calm and Focus to your Child’s Busy Life
Which are your favorite breathing techniques? Tell us in the comments below!
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Don’t forget to breathe! Help children to calm down and focus!
Practice any one of these forty breathing techniques to release stress and tension. Help your children feel calm and focused with breathing exercises like Balloon Breath, Bee Breath, and Bunny Breath. Download these Breathing Exercise Cards (66 cards in total) to use in your home, classroom, or studio. Index, Breathing Exercise Tips, and Breath Instructions are included. Recommended ages: 4+.
Thaisa says, “WOW WOW WOW! Just what I needed! So many breathing exercises, and now they are available all together! Just what I was looking for!! They Are BEAUTIFUL! I plan to take them with me all the time. The instructions are very clear and easy to follow! I am in love with them!”
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5 Breathing Exercises for Kids
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