Children's

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Welcome to my Children's hub where you'll find resources for school and home to support children, families and teachers in the process of transisonig back to school with as less stress and worry as possible. The rescourses i've created support the well being of the child so that their emotional needs are met. 

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Children's lock down meditation. 

Try this relaxing meditation to support children during lock down. It creates an opportunity for them to feel calm , let go of any unwanted emotions & harness how they would like to feel. 

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Wellbeing Bingo

Have a go at playing our wellbeing bingo with your pupils or colleagues and see if anyone has done the same little acts of self-care in the last week as you.

Be creative – friendship bracelets

Many children (and grown ups!) find focusing on repetitive movements calming. Take your mind off of any worries and master the art of friendship bracelets with our

Wellbeing Activity Calendar and Games

Together with Beano we've created some daily activities to help families look after their wellbeing during self-isolation.

Have fun – bubble breathing

Blowing bubbles is great fun, and it has an added benefit too – the deep breathing required to blow bubbles can help you to relax and feel calm. Follow our recipe for home made bubbles and learn the calming

My community – the friendship letter exchange

This activity is a modern take on having a pen pal. Coordinate with some friends and write each other letters of encouragement and kindness. Post them, and when you receive yours in return, save them up to read when you need a little pick me up. This teaches girls about the importance of having a community around who can support each other through ups and downs

Parents’ Wellbeing

Children’s wellbeing is closely bound to their parents’ wellbeing. Find out how to improve parents’ wellbeing and, consequently, their children’s.

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Disclaimer: All that The Identity Queen provides is not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any illness. All information is intended for educational & inspirational purposes only, NOT as medical advice. Always check with your doctor before dramatically changing your lifestyle or diet.