Have your child sit down for 1 minute and use their spidey senses by naming 5 things they can see, 4 things they can hear, 3 things they can touch, 2 things they can smell, and 1 thing they can touch
Have your child lay down on their back and place a stuffed animal on their belly. Have them breathe in an out for 1 minute and watch the breathing buddy go up and down. Tell them to imagine that their thoughts can turn to bubbles and float away
Bell Listening Exercise
Ring a bell (or hit a pan with a metal spoon) and have your children raise their hand when they can no longer hear the sound of the bell. After 1 minute of listening in silence, go in a circle naming all the things you heard after the bell sound
Squish and Relax Exercise
Have your child lay comfortably on their backs, then have them squish and squeeze every muscle in their body, starting from the feet up. Have them hold this squished position for a few seconds then relax. Do this for 1 minute.
Have your child jump up and down for 30 seconds to 1 minute. After, have them feel and describe their heartbeat, breathing, and any other physical sensations they are having