Our top tips to keep things calm (or as calm as possible!)
Our best tips for bringing Sparklers and wellbeing activities into your home-learning. It's soooooo easy!
We're seeing more face masks around, which is great, but some tamariki may find this worrying or strange - here's a way to normalise face masks.
Back in bubble time might feel hard, but get your routine sorted and you'll soon be rocking it!
Learn about energy levels and how we can match them to fit the situation.
Support your child to learn their strengths and discover yours too - while you're at it!
Capture memories of your whānau - it builds connection both to them and your family's history.
Names are important and often have special meaning or a story. Share and capture these.
A super simple introduction to mindfulness using your next snack break to practice.
Honing in on our senses develops our mindfulness skills – and mindfulness gives our wellbeing a boost!
When we 'lose ourselves,', in a calm activity it's called a 'flow' state. AND is happiness producing!
We all need a favourite space to retreat to! This activity validates the need for everyone to have a calm, happy space.
A fun activity which helps us learn about the connection between music and our moods
Your whānau needs to talk about how you're all feeling (in a good way!) Here's a fun place to start.
Mindfulness has heaps of wellbeing benefits. Here's a week of opportunities to learn to be more mindful.
An activity to identify some of the music we feel connected to, and why.
This is a goodie to take to lawn, let your inhibitions go and have some dramatic, active fun!
This is a mindfulness activity where you and the kids can find some proper, inner calm.
Simple whānau activities that have the added bonus of boosting wellbeing!
Our tamariki need the basics – like food, warmth, shelter and clothing – but how can we foster their self-esteem and make them feel safe and loved? Here are our top tips.