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When I first introduced mindfulness I went straight into just the audio and modeled with students. Even if I heard laughing - I continued to model and engage in mindfulness too. It took a few weeks before they understood this was a practice we were going to stick with.
For example - http://marc.ucla.edu/mpeg/01_Breathing_Meditation.mp3
This is not a video that you would show to your students, but it is a Tch video that makes visible a lesson on teaching mindfulness to 5th graders: https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/social-emotional-lesson-plans
Hope that helps, Lorie!
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