We are excited to offer resources for busy educators to bring mindfulness to their classrooms with ease. These resources include a guide called 30 Days of Mindfulness in the Classroom, which includes free curated content (demarcated by asterisks throughout the guide), as well as a Self-Care guide for educators.
You can find our Calm Schools resources here.
How do I use the Calm Schools resources?
Navigate to https://www.calm.com/schools/resources. On this page, you can download two different resource packets in PDF format: 30 Days of Mindfulness in the Classroom and Self-Care Guide for Teachers.
30 Days of Mindfulness in the Classroom offers age-specific mindfulness lesson plans, including free access to some of Calm's content for kids. This content can be accessed through downloadable resources.
Self Care Guide for Teachers provides an introduction to mindfulness for educators, including self-care tips and resources to help teachers feel happier and healthier in the classroom and beyond.
Who can use these materials? Can students access them outside of school?
While our Calm Schools resources are designed for PreK-12 educators, they can be downloaded and accessed by anyone. Feel free to encourage your students and their families to explore these materials outside of school.
Are these materials available for free?
Yes, both of the resource guides can be downloaded and used for free. Additionally, each day of 30 Days of Mindfulness in the Classroom offers one piece of content for free (indicated by asterisks).
Does the Calm Schools Initiative provide educators with free access to the entire Calm product?
In light of current events, we’ve chosen to create free resources and content that live outside of the Calm app for educators, parents, and anyone working with children. We hope that with this revamp of the Calm Schools Initiative, we are able to increase ease of access by not requiring someone to log in or purchase a subscription to access our curated content for educators. This also allows students and their families to access this content from their homes.
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