Stress. We all have it. Some of us are able to handle it better than others. As for me, I struggle. When things start to stack up, I get overwhelmed and I turn into this crazy lunatic running around barking orders. That, or I just decide I’m not going to deal and I sit on the couch, put in my headphones, and do my best to ignore all my responsibilities. Which me all know is impossible when you’re a mom… please don’t make me adult today.
One thing that I tend to forget is I’m not the only one in my family that gets stressed. I have four little babies- okay not babies- but my sweet kiddos that won’t quit growing and with that comes stress. My two oldest girls have been at a private school for the last three years and that in it self has been a challenge. My oldest just finished 1st grade and had above 90% in every subject for the entire year. You can imagine that pressure like that can be a little intense for a 6 year old.
ClassDojo: Mindfulness is a program designed to help little better handle stressors that they’re confronted with in their life. Stress and anxiety is at an all time high 99% of Parents and Teachers say it’s very important for kids to learn how to cope with stress before they enter the workforce.
The top 3 benefits of the Mindfulness program are:
- Decreased anxiety and/or stress
- Better social skills
- Increased attention span in class
Only 12% of schools report using the Mindfulness program, but 2 in 3 parents and teachers want to start teaching it at their school. Research shows that learning mindfulness eases test anxiety, improves student attention, and improves focus. The ClassDojo App also provides parents the ability to use some of the activities outside of the classroom so you can help your little ones to be mindful at home, and it’s all free!
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