Social Emotional Learning
SEL is based on the idea that kids learn best when they're actively engaged in the process of learning. Emotional regulation is taught through co-regulation, both in homes and schools.
The ABCs and 123s of Emotional Intelligence
The ability to monitor our emotions and thoughts from moment to moment is key to understanding ourselves and others better. Here are two simple activities to help you grow emotional intelligence in yourself and your children.
Heart's Treasure Hunt Storytime
This children's storybook was written to deliver Generation Mindful's greatest wish for humanity --- that every child gets to grow up feeling a deep sense of acceptance and belonging. Play this storytime for a child you love, and for the child that...
Social-Emotional Support For Military Families and Their Children
Generation Mindful® is excited to be in partnership with US Military Family Support Services
Why This Four-Year-Old's Video On Skin Color Needs To Go Viral
As an African American woman married to a white man, Ebony and her husband Michael have made it their mission to teach their four-year-old son, Max, about emotions and inclusion.
Gratitude Builds The Brain For Emotional Intelligence
Whether we are thanking our spouse, our kids, Mother Nature, or receiving thanks in return, gratitude in any form can help stabilize emotions, help us parent from our center, and offer our children the safety and connection to learn and grow. <...
5 Ways To Nurture Emotional Intelligence For Kids
How can we as adults, parents, grandparents & more, nurture emotional intelligence for kids? 5 ways you can nurture emotional intelligence in children.
Three Ways To Stop Misbehavior
When time-outs didn't work, this mom turned to three things, and it stopped her child's misbehavior.
Move Your Body, Move Your Emotions
Research has shown that dance has social-emotional benefits. When we communicate with our bodies, we are not expected to make sense of things. We just move, and this movement taps into deeper, more primal feelings. Read mo...
Post-Pandemic Schools Need More Than Academics
Post-pandemic children have a lot to adjust to. And there is no cookie-cutter response because the mental health of our children is not one-dimensional. There is a spectrum of feelings and emotional stress taking a seat in the classroom this ye...
Preschool Teacher Creates Calming Corner to Teach Students About Emotions
In a nook in the back near the teacher’s desk, a cozy, safe place exists. It is a place to explore feelings. A place to regulate. A place to take a break and just be. Welcome to Emily Brown’s preschool classroom. Emily is a teacher dedicated to helpi...