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Crafting Calm: Art and Activities for Mindful Kids

Crafting Calm: Art and Activities for Mindful Kids

Mindfulness is a powerful practice to help kids find calm in the midst of everyday stress--but how to make it accessible and fun?

In Crafting Calm: Art and Activities for Mindful Kids, kids engage in and practice mindfulness through fun and easy exercises, quizzes, crafts, and activities, with the goal of learning a deeper sense of calm, peace, joy, and connection to the world around them, all while improving emotional intelligence, boosting self-esteem, and reducing anxiety. Perfect for kids to do alone or with the help of an adult, the activities in Crafting Calm will have kids playing, tinkering, creating, and doodling their way to peaceful, balanced minds.

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  • Publisher Beaming Books
  • Format Paperback
  • ISBN 9781506465265
  • Age/Grade Range Children; Grades 3-4; Grades 5-6; Teen/Youth; Family
  • Dimensions 7.5 x 9
  • Pages 80
  • Publication Date November 3, 2020


"Crafting Calm is filled with a wonderful assortment of creative activities and practices that will engage kids to help them put mindfulness into practice. This is a fantastic resource for parents and educators."
-- Gabi Garcia, author of Listening to My Body
"A wonderful, hands-on approach to mindfulness and creativity. Parents and teachers will find themselves calming down alongside their children as they ease into each creative activity."
-- Dr. Christopher Willard, PsyD, author of Growing Up Mindful, Alphabreaths, and Breathing Makes It Better
"Crafting Calm is a beautifully illustrated treasury of activities to help children focus their mind, engage their heart, and share their wisdom with the world."
-- Whitney Stewart, author of Mindful Me: Mindfulness and Meditation for Kids
"Crafting Calm manages to be both upbeat and soothing, a thoroughly satisfying blend of mindfulness crafts, 'Put It to Use' applications, and exercises."
-- Kate Coombs, author of Breathe and Be


"A solid addition to the growing offerings of much-need ­mindfulness ­activities for kids, especially as families look for more offline activities and ways to manage stress in the context of physical distancing and COVID-19."
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