Who: Pre-K to 2nd Grade
Why: This activity invites age-accessible self reflection that is a critical piece of social emotional learning. Having a family member or teacher narrate the reflection questions allows young students to draw insights into their worries, emotions and feelings and then take a satisfying action to release it from the body.
Although simple, this mindful practice of noticing, accepting and communicating one’s personal experience is critical to building a practice of deep inquiry. Deep inquiry is an avenue to exploring root causes of oppression, assumptions and beliefs about the self and the world.