Quarantine Response

Resources for Mental Well-Being & Compassion

In support of families, youth and educators during this difficult time, Mindful Littles is committed to bringing our content — mindfulness, self-care, service projects, kindness activities and more — right to your digital doorstep as we continue to shelter in place. We hope these resources make small moments of peace and compassion more accessible for everyone through the global pandemic.

When my 8-year-old came to me with a worried look and asked if she was going to get the Coronavirus, I answered her truthfully: “I don’t know, but if you or anyone else in our family does, we know how to take care of you.”  Read More

As the Coronavirus continues to spread, many of us face the stark new realities of sheltering in place. It’s a difficult time. It’s also the perfect time to help those in our communities who are most at risk: the elderly and vulnerable, essential workers and the healthcare heroes on the front lines of caring for us all.  Read More

Whether you’re looking for a calming breath practice, service or kindness project, book recommendation or mindful game, we’ve got activities for all ages, indoors and (safely) out.  See all >

Join our Peace Kits for Pandemic Heroes project to lovingly create self-care kits in support of all the essential workers on the frontlines keeping us healthy, tending to those in need and keeping life moving as many of us stay home.  See all >

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Fresh air and movement are even more important now that families are spending more time indoors. Our Nature & Outdoor Activities combine play, creativity and mindfulness for a whole lot of outdoor fun!  See all >

Our free Educator Portal provides everyday bite-sized peace and compassion habits for teachers and students, complete with grade-appropriate assignments.  See all >

Subscribe to our digital newsletter, Weekly Dose of Peace, for mindfulness practices, games and outdoor activities and service projects for you and your family while you shelter in place.  Read archives