Mindful Coloring
Mindful Coloring

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Students will understand and practice principles of Mindful Coloring (Meditation) and the positive effects it has on their physical and emotional health.


Northside Afterschool Enrichment Programs

Badge Type: skill

Expected Duration: 6 weeks


  1. [required] Student will be able to discuss what mindfulness coloring is.
  2. [required] Student can make the connection between art and relaxation (self help). Students must be able to state at least 3 ways Mindful Coloring can help them as an individual.
  3. [required] Student can communicate the premise of mindfulness and is willing to engage in exercises (Evident because student participated consistently in at least 10 out of 12 club meetings).
  4. [required] Student has managed time to complete 5 or more Mindful coloring art pieces.
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