Your brain is an amazing thing - it helps you learn, move your body, and take in the whole world! Sometimes, your brain or mind has so much to focus on and think about that it can feel like a lot. Let’s find out more about how we can get our mind calm and ready. 1. ▶️ Click play on the Mind Yeti video to learn all about the Hubbubbles and Hubbub around us. 2. Click Add Response. 3. 🤔 Think: What are some of the Hubbubbles (thoughts, feelings, sensations) that you have the most in your life? Which ones tend to be the loudest in your brain? 4. Click the notepad to write down all the Hubbubbles that you notice in your mind. 5. Click the mic to tell about your Hubbubbles and which ones you would like to focus on calming first. 6. Click the green check to add to your journal. Family Why: Mindfulness helps children manage stress and work through it more quickly. Mindfulness practice—even a few minutes a day has health benefits. Research suggests that mindfulness can increase one’s ability to focus, calm down and connect positively with others.
This activity introduces students to Hubbubbles (thoughts, feelings, and sensations) and the Hubbub (what happens when Hubbubbles get too busy or too big and prevent us from thinking clearly). Students will learn how Mind Yeti can help them settle the Hubbub. You can modify this activity based on your student's age and skill. Get the teacher guide here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1drd1SrreRltx_YWHhyw1qvGSEDGtH4-k/view?usp=sharing CASEL: Self-Awareness and Self-Management CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.K-3.2 CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.K-3.3 CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.K-3.6 CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.4-5.2 CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.4-5.4 In 2016, Committee for Children brought together award-winning creative partners and top experts in mindfulness research to develop Mind Yeti. A research-based tool with guided mindfulness sessions, Mind Yeti helps kids and adults settle the Hubbub and create safer, kinder communities. Learn more and find teacher guides at: www.mindyeti.com