Zen Art Camp Links and Resources

email: ann@photographicmemoriespa.com


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What do parents need to provide?

Scissors

Newspaper or plastic tablecloth to cover surfaces

Water for painting

Access to Zoom

Access to YouTube or YouTube Kids


* In Zoom, click the three dots on the upper right of the screen of my video stream. There is an option to pin the speaker. Pin me so you always see my cursive example!



Quick Links


5:30-6:00 PM Daily


Found on Zoom Link

password: art

Meeting ID: 919 4117 4705

We use this link daily but only at this time!

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Calming Down: Breathing Techniques

Video time is shown. Allot about 10 minutes per day total time to include practicing this on your own after watching the video.


Day 1: Rainbow Breath (4:02 Minutes)

Day 2: Bumblebee Breath (1:26 Minutes)

Day 3: Square Breathing (2:37 Minutes)

Day 4: 4-7-8 Breathing (4:57 Minutes)

Day 5: Belly Breathing (3:00 Minutes)



Parent Resources:

Over my research for parenting and for this class, I have come across a few good articles and resources for teaching mindfulness to teenagers. Here they are below:


Teaching Mindfulness to Teenagers: 5 Ways to Get Started

This is full of really good resources and links!


Why Making Art is the New Meditation

This is a Washington Post article and requires a subscription.


NYU Study Examines Top High School Students’ Stress and Coping Mechanisms

This study was one base point for me wanting to teach this class!


Daniel J Siegel, M.D.

This man is an incredible resource for understanding brain integration and parenting applications. It has been most helpful to me in explaining the brain to the children during this class and also for me to understand it more for myself!

TedX Talk

Book: The Whole-Brain Child by Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. and Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D.



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