Buddy Pack - Brave and Able Buddy Pack
Our Brave and Able Buddy Pack contains one Brave and one Able - the best of friends, helping to support each other to make brave decisions and give hard things a go!
Thanks so much. They are lovely and my big girl (4.5yrs) is super attached and using the breathing tool to help her get to sleep and resettle if she wakes. My little one enjoys a cuddle, and we are still working on breathing technique for calming.
Also thank you for a new tool. As a mother of a neuro-typical and a neuro-diverse child it was lovely to find a tool that supports them both in such a gentle way.
These breathing buddies are truly genius! As an Early Childhood Educator for children with additional needs I've been able to use Brave and Able to assist children (as well as my own three children at home!) in managing their feelings and bringing their focus back to their breath. They're simple and easy to use and such beautiful quality - we all love them at work but none more than the kids!
Meditation and calm breathing – these terms get thrown around interchangeably at times and often get confused. You’ll sometimes hear the term breathwork, too. While they have some overlapping aspects and overlapping benefits, they do differ in many ways.
We’re going to have a look at some of the key differences.
Parents, caregivers and the village that raise our little people need all the tools in their toolbox to manage big emotions. One of the best ‘tools’ for kids (and adults) is calm breathing.
This skill helps them focus in the moment on something within their body, and within their control – as opposed to the “the thing” (or things) that are making them sad, mad, or frustrated. It also helps them to slow down physically, stopping within a moment and acts as a ‘pause’ button for them to take a break from their thinking and emotions.