Dramatically Boost Focus In 5 Minutes A Day!
Give your kids an advantage by teaching them HOW to pay attention
Does this sound familiar?
Headaches over repeated instructions
Disruptive behavior at home or in the classroom
Breakdown of communication between you and a child
Children with attention problems in early childhood were 40 percent less likely to graduate from high school
-Duke University. "Attention problems in early childhood can have lasting impact." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 6 July 2016.
Students are back at school, but the repercussions of the pandemic on their mental and physical well-being are immense! Let's repair their ability to learn with attention-based mindfulness activities.
Now just $27 USD!
The program that helps your kids go from inattention to interested!
Train your brain and learn how to focus!
The students ignored me. Talking, doodling, and daydreaming as I raised my voice louder and louder, trying to get noticed.
Exasperated, I yell, "why can't you just pay attention!"
Now imagine children repeating back instructions, independently refocusing after a distraction, and sitting in silence for 2 minutes concentrating on their senses.
I struggled to get my class to focus until I taught them how to pay attention! Now I run workshops in schools helping students to learn about their brains and bodies and empowering teachers to bring mindful attention practices into their classrooms.
The benefits of focusing don't stop at school! Attention is a valuable life skill that improves all of your child's experiences— listening to instructions, completing homework quicker, and managing emotions with fewer emotional outbursts.
How would your child's life improve if they were better at paying attention?
Tired of kids not paying attention?
Boost focus with mindfulness activities supported by videos, presentations, step-by-step activity plans, worksheets, and reflections.
Six modules, filled with 17+ easy-to-follow activities, allow you to increase the attention skills of your children. Watch the video, print out the worksheet, and follow the lesson plan. It's that simple! Activities range from 2 to 25 minutes, and many can be performed with no materials, wherever you happen to be!
Being able to voluntarily regulate our attention is crucial for mental processes such as intelligence and learning in children.
-University of Granada. "Attention training improves intelligence and functioning of children's brain." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 11 December 2018.
You want the best for your kids. Strengthen Attention with Mindfulness helps your child reach their full potential!
Hannah, Year 2 Teacher
"This content is amazing! it's so easy to use and schedule into a busy day, which is just the dream. Kids really need this!"
Lisa, Year 2 Teacher
"The lessons are age appropriate, engaging and so interesting for the students. There is a good balance of listening and doing (mindfulness, movement and reflecting.)"
Charmaine, Year 4 Teacher
“The course was engaging and gave students many new ways to learn about their attention. I like how the activities were simple, easy to do and remember.”
I'm not a teacher. Can I still use this course?
How long will this course take to complete?
Is mindfulness religious?
My child is 12-years-old. Are they too old for this course?
My child gets good grades already. What's the benefit for them?
What's Included In The Course?
- 6 Core Attention Modules
- 17+ Attention Activities
- 40+ printable lesson plans and worksheets
- 2+ hours of bite-sized video content
- The straightforward 3 step solution to teaching attention
- Printable Attention Calendars
- 10 Things Adults Do That Increase Inattention
- 5 Mindfulness Must-Do's For Kids
- Tips for Giving Successful Instructions
You also receive the module 'Give Your Brain A Break' as an added bonus! This section is jam-packed with fun and fascinating attention activities:
Printable written activities
Even a Guided Meditation to relax those busy brains!
Are these challenges common for your child?
- Making careless mistakes due to rushing or distractions
- Unable to stay on task long enough to understand a concept or learn a skill
- Poor academic performance affecting their mindset and self-confidence
- Difficulty following instructions, forgetting steps, or not completing a task at all
- Inability to manage emotions and behaviors which is affecting friendships