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6 Grounding Techniques for Kids Bundle | Anxiety PDF Posters | Mindfulness & Breathing Activities


  • Our 6 printable kids’ grounding technique poster PDFs for anxiety are designed to help teach mindfulness and breathing activities in a child-friendly way
  • This bundle & save option includes our:
    1. 54321 grounding exercise
    2. Rainbow grounding technique
    3. Strong tree meditation exercise
    4. Belly breathing exercise
    5. Lazy 8 breathing exercise
    6. 5 finger breathing exercise
  • Ideal for children of all ages with anxiety or worries.  Print as a student handout or frame in your home, classroom, or counseling office!
  • Instant download PDF .zip file with 6 different size options for each poster
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Note: This is a digital, printable product and no physical item will be shipped. You will receive a .pdf file to download immediately after checkout. File license is non-refundable and for personal, non-commercial, non-transferrable, informational, and educational use only.

Our 6 printable Grounding Techniques for Kids are the perfect anxiety posters/handouts to help teach mindfulness and breathing activities in a child-friendly way!

Our 6 PDF posters each come in 6 different size options and introduce  elementary, middle, and high school students to our favorite calming and emotional regulation exercises.

>>> Our Grounding Techniques for Kids Bundle Includes:

This bundle & save option is ideal for social-emotional learning (SEL) lessons, school counseling groups, the therapeutic setting, or at-home calm down corners.

Each of our grounding technique posters may be printed as student handouts or used as posters in your home, classroom, or school counseling office. For your convenience, you will automatically receive a .zip file containing 6 different PDF size options for each poster, including:

  • 8.5 x 11 inches
  • 8 x 10 inches
  • 11 x 14 inches
  • 12 x 18 inches
  • 16 x 20 inches
  • A4 Document

 >>> Our 54321 Grounding PDF Exercise for Kids Poster Prompts Children to Find

  • 5 things they can see
  • 4 things they can feel
  • 3 things they can hear
  • 2 things they can touch
  • 1 thing they can taste

>>> Our Rainbow Grounding Technique Poster for Kids PDF Prompts Children to “Spot the Rainbow” and Find:

  • 1 thing that is red
  • 1 thing that is orange
  • 1 thing that is yellow
  • 1 thing that is green
  • 1 thing that is blue
  • 1 thing that is purple

>>> Our 5 Finger Breathing & Grounding Exercise includes kid-friendly clip art visuals and the following prompt:

“Using your index finger on the opposite hand, slowly breathe in as you trace up each finger. Slowly breathe out as you trace down the other side.”

>>> Our Strong Tree Meditation Grounding Exercise for Kids PDF Prompts Children to:

  1. Stand up straight and still. Close your eyes & imagine you are a tall, strong, beautiful tree.”
  2. “Imagine your feet are the roots, planted firmly in the ground.”
  3. “Take a deep breath in. Imagine your legs are a sturdy tree trunk.”
  4. “Breathe out slowly. Stretch your arms out like big, leafy branches.”
  5. Keeping your eyes closed, imagine what sounds you hear in your peaceful forest.”

>>> Our Lazy 8 Breathing Exercise PDF Prompts Children to:

  1. “Start at the star and take a deep breath in as you trace your finger down and around the right side of the 8.
  2. When you cross back over the star, slowly breathe out as you move down and around the left side of the 8.
  3. Keep going until you feel calm and relaxed.”

>>> Our Belly Breathing Exercise PDF includes kid-friendly clip art visuals and the following prompts:

  • “Step 1: Sit or lie down in a comfortable position. You can sit cross-legged on the floor or lie on your back.
  • Step 2: Put one hand on your belly and the other hand on your chest. 
  • Step 3: Take a slow, deep breath in through your nose. Imagine that you are filling your belly with air, just like a balloon. Feel your belly rise.
  • Step 4: Hold the breath for a couple of seconds. Imagine your balloon is full of air.
  • Step 5: Slowly breathe out through your mouth, letting all the air out of your balloon. Feel your belly fall. Repeat this, focusing on the rise and fall of your belly.”

Take comfort in knowing that this resource was thoughtfully developed by a certified positive parenting educator, former counselor, and fellow parent of two young children.  Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions about how this resource will best support you!


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– All of our activities require close adult supervision. Please use good judgment based on children’s ages and developmental needs. Small parts not for children under age 3.

– IMPORTANT (PLEASE READ!): This is a digital download item to print yourself! After checkout, you will have access to the instant download PDF file. No physical product is included.

Note: This resource is not affiliated with or endorsed by the Positive Discipline Association


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