Mindfulness is being fully present and aware of your body, breath, emotions, and thoughts

with an attitude of curiosity, openness, and acceptance.

Interested in learning more and want to engage in a Mindfulness Coaching Cycle? Click the button below!

Mindfulness Google Drive Folders

Looking to embed mindfulness into your classroom or school? Check out our Mindfulness folder in Google Drive and the SEL*F tools.


Breathe for Change Mindfulness Resources

Mindfulness Toolbox

Transform Education's Mindfulness Toolkit

Morale & Mindfulness Learning Sessions

Resources to Support Staff Wellness & Mindfulness in the Classroom

Resources from the 2019-2020 Morale & Mindfulness Learning Sessions

Morale and Mindfulness Committee

Resources to Support Staff Wellness

Resources from the 2018-2019 Morale & Mindfulness Committee

Mindfulness Tools (English)

K-5 Mindfulness Tools (English)

Activities and Videos

Mindfulness Tools (Spanish)

K-5 Mindfulness Tools (Spanish)

Activities and Videos


Have your students create their own Mindful Moments to share with the class!

Tip: Use this as a motivator, positive consequence, and/or leadership opportunity! Let students lead the class in the moments--they could create one moment for the week that can be repeated throughout the day. Each week could be a new student leader!

Created by 5th Grade Student at Salt Creek

Copy of W.R. - Student Created Mindful Moment

Impact of the Mindfulness Coaching Cycle:

"My students have really enjoyed learning about mindfulness with Mrs. Frank. We have been working on teaching them strategies to add to their toolbox when they feel they need a break. One of my students shared that she has been teaching her younger siblings about mindfulness and another one has been using the Three Consecutive Breaths strategy whenever she is stressed and is trying to fall asleep."

"For the last few years, I have been trying to incorporate more mindfulness tactics into my teaching and this year was the year I decided to take the plunge and really commit to it. Thank goodness for Mrs. Frank who has done such an incredible job with teaching the students about mindfulness and how it means being "here and now." They are so excited anytime Mrs. Frank joins our class because they know she is going to be teaching them a new strategy. I cannot wait to see where this journey continues to take us!"

-Third Grade Teacher-

Panorama Mindfulness Resources