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4 Tips for Traveling With Kids to Keep Them (and You) Calm

Travel, no matter how near or far, has many benefits for children. Families leave the comfort of home to explore new and different people, cultures, environments, and experiences. Not only... Read more

August Mind Yeti News: New Features Launched Right On Time for One More Summer Adventure

Whoa, we’ve come a long way in just over a year! Since Mind Yeti's initial beta launch to educators and parents in May 2016, its fun and friendly guided mindfulness... Read more

Assume the Position: Find Your Yeti Body

At the beginning of each Mind Yeti session, you’ll hear the audio guide ask kids to “…find your Yeti Body.” But what does this mean, exactly? How are kids supposed... Read more

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Help Us Test New Features for Mind Yeti and Earn Three Months Free Premium.

In April, Mind Yeti will be launching some new and exciting features on our website. We’re looking for users who are willing to test these new features during the week... Read more

Using Mindfulness to Support an Anxious Child

A child’s anxiety is stressful to the child and can also be stressful for the child’s family. Anxiety can actually be debilitating for kids. Children may spend endless amounts of... Read more

Product Update: New Session Background Animation Available Now

The Mind Yeti team has been hard at work creating improvements to our platform over the past few weeks. Yesterday, we launched a cute and engaging new background animation to... Read more

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SXSWedu 2017 Recap: Social-Emotional Learning and Equity Take Center Stage at Annual EdTech Conference

Last week, Committee for Children had the privilege of attending SXSWedu in Austin, TX. The annual conference draws over 10,000 educators, academics, and professionals from around the world to discuss... Read more

Educators, News
Mind Yeti Comics: Baby Bro Blues

Mind Yeti Comics: Baby Bro Blues Being a big brother or big sister can be tons of fun. But it can also cause all kinds of Hubbubbles for young children.... Read more

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Can Digital Tools Boost Social-Emotional Learning?

Social-emotional learning (SEL) is a hot topic in education these days. Committee for Children (Mind Yeti’s parent organization) has served as a leader in the SEL field for over 30... Read more

Educators, Research
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