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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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Take advantage of low introductory pricing on Mind Yeti Premium before April 3, 2017

Have you heard the news? Mind Yeti Premium is a great new tool for educators and parents who want to share mindfulness with kids. With Premium, you get unlimited access... Read more

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Product Update: Closed Captioning Now Available

The Mind Yeti team believes that mindfulness is for everyone. Today, we’re happy to announce a new feature that will make it easier for deaf and hard-of-hearing children and adults to... Read more

Bedtime Routines: Finding Mindful Moments at the End of Each Day

Most parents don’t think of bedtime as an opportunity to connect with their child. Typically, we as parents associate bedtime with the a frenzied battle zone in which we are... Read more

Mindfulness, Not Detention: Mind Yeti and Classroom Management

What if instead of punishing kids who act out in class, you offered them an opportunity for calm reflection instead? That’s what one school in Baltimore, MD has done. Working... Read more

Join us at SXSWEDU, March 6-9 in Austin, TX

Thanks to the support of our community, Mind Yeti and our parent organization, Committee for Children (CFC), will be featured on the agenda at SXSWedu 2017. Our session, Can Digital... Read more

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Fostering Civility: A Mindful Approach

In today’s political climate, it seems we are more divided than ever. Our differences of opinion can lead to heated, and sometimes hurtful, interactions in person and online. While grown-ups... Read more

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