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Find focus and calm while feeling big feelings—a mindfulness journal for kids 8 to 12
Being a kid means having lots of thoughts and emotions that might be exciting, or confusing, or overwhelming. Mindfulness—stopping to notice only what you're feeling right now—can be a great way for kids to stay relaxed and positive as they tackle challenges, or just move through their day. This journal is all about mindfulness for kids; it's full of writing prompts, easy exercises, and powerful quotes to make it easy and fun for kids to practice mindfulness all the time.
Explore mindfulness for kids with:
- Tools for success—Kids will learn how using mindfulness makes it easier to do things like pass a test, solve a problem, and communicate with others.
- With kids in mind—This journal explores mindfulness for kids 8 to 12, to help them explore what's happening in their lives right now, like school, friends, and more.
- Short and sweet—Kids can do these prompts and activities in just a few minutes, anytime and anywhere.
Make it fun and easy for them to develop healthy emotional habits with mindfulness for kids.
About the Author
Hannah Sherman is a Brooklyn-based licensed clinical social worker and mindfulness educator. As both a school social worker and private practice psychotherapist, she supports children, adolescents, and adults in their journey toward healing and growth. She has developed and implemented mindfulness-based programs and curriculum for New York City-based schools. Find her online at HannahSherman.com and follow her on Instagram at @HannahShermanTherapy.
“As a parent of preteens, I know firsthand how important it is for children to have a safe place to express their feelings. As a co-leader of mindfulness workshops, I've witnessed Hannah Sherman create a safe and loving environment for young people. Hannah has skillfully and beautifully created a book that will resonate with children (and parents!). This workbook is accessible to kids and strikes a perfect balance between being open-ended enough for them to genuinely explore their feelings and structured enough for them to feel safe doing so.” —Kahlila Kramer, MA in Forensic Psychology, Owner of Movewell Brooklyn and Mother of Two
“The Mindfulness Journal for Kids is a beautiful, practical, and fun resource for children who want to learn about the power of mindfulness. As a school counselor and psychotherapist, Hannah writes in a voice that is easily understood by any child but especially those struggling with anxiety, depression, or strong feelings. The exercises and prompts in this journal create space for reflection, self-exploration, and self-acceptance.” —Tara Shani Rullo, LCSW
“The Mindfulness Journal for Kids is a wonderful tool for children of all ages as it provides excellent exercises for managing difficult feelings, cultivating gratitude, and staying grounded and present in the moment. By providing space for individual meditation, this journal also allows for ongoing reflection and personal growth.” —Cordelia Johnson, MEd, MSW, LMSW