Printable resources to support positive mental health practices.
A selection of resources and information sheets to help assist in supporting Afghan students and their families.
The Mindfulness Translation Project is a partnership between Smiling Mind and Community Hubs Australia to develop a set of culturally-aligned mindfulness meditations and mental health resources.
Plenty of activities and resources to help keep 'staying at home' fun.
DadLab is a unique Australian research team exploring fatherhood – its impact on men, on children and on the wider family.
SMS4dads provides new fathers with information and connections to online services through their mobile phones.
Perfect for kids or parents – practice mindfulness while completing this colouring book.
Five downloadable worksheets designed to help parents connect with their children.
This website by the Victorian Government contains a range of free workouts for all abilities.
This booklet from the Australian Childhood Foundation is filled with ideas and strategies to support you to be mindful and reflective in your parenting.
This two page handout from the Victorian Government outlines some useful tips for switching on your growth mindset. It is part of their ‘Staying safe and well’ webinar series.
This self care calendar contains a bunch of activities to do throughout September
This Chair Yoga guide contains simple stretches and meditation that you can do from the comfort of your office or home chair. It’s a great way to relieve stress and tension that may come up during your work day.
The National Mental Health Commission has released social media tiles that contain mental health tips to assist the community in navigating COVID-19. The tiles are translated into Vietnamese, Traditional and Simplified Chinese, Arabic and Hindi.
The Wellbeing Victoria program is an online series of tailored wellbeing videos including exercise, yoga, mindfulness and meditation that can be done within a hotel room.
Renowned author and child psychologist Andrew fuller shared some insights with us when we were asked the question ‘What should parents focus on for children studying at home?’
This is a printable 5 senses mindfulness meditation for adults, translated into Arabic, Burmese, Khmer, Lao, Nepali, Farsi, Tamil, Uzbek and Pashto.
Simple, practical and fun ways for families to be more mindful, present and engaged with each other.
A mindfulness program to help manage stress in challenging times
A storybook to help children understand COVID-19
This printable, translated into Arabic, Burmese, Khmer, Hindi, Nepali, Farsi and Uzbek, highlights the unmet needs we might have that are leading us to feel angry and frustrated.
A mindfulness pack to support parents and children to explore mindfulness strategies for positive wellbeing, from Big Life Journal.
Getting aligned with your partner can be tough. But it can make family life easier. Here’s some ideas to parent on the same page.
A self care picture sheet for both men and women, to help visualise what we do for self care throughout our day.
Modern life has seen mothering become more challenging the further we separate from what was actually an organically powerful and sensible way of mothering – as a community. Here are some tips on finding your tribe and keeping them.
This is a storybook to help kids understand that there are many other ways to share a hug, even if coronavirus is getting in the way.
An illustrated storybook about all the things there are to look forward to when Coronavirus is over.
This is a printable resource with activities to help children manage difficult emotions that may be arising due to coronavirus.
A meditation for kids to help them notice their emotions.
Online activity ideas for families to access and share together at home.
When families are at home spending time together, a challenge can be finding things to do that connect us with our children and our children with us and each other
Three printable sheets with themed yoga poses perfect for kids!
An illustrated storybook to help children understand Coronavirus and why their big humans are worried.
One of our fantastic hub leaders has created this wellbeing pack containing colouring in mandalas.
A storybook to help children cope with the huge changes in their lives due to COVID-19.
Alison and Penelope Possum have a fun Yoga session for you to join in with!
This is a workbook with tips on how to work from home, and how to make it easier.
Kinderling is Australia’s most popular kids radio station, playing family-friendly music and shows for children aged 0-7.
The world is hearing a lot of scary news about coronavirus everywhere at the moment and the anxiety around this is going to be affecting parents, as well as children.
Allison discusses how creating a predictable environment for your child can help mould their behaviour and brain function.
Big Life Kids podcast teaches children to stay resilient, believe in themselves, and face life's challenges with confidence for kids ages 5 to 10.
An activity for kids to record what they are doing and what is happening in their life during coronavirus.
This Coping Calendar has 30 suggested actions to look after ourselves and each other as we face this global crisis together.
This is a 15 minute beginner yoga class for adults to stretch, focus and relax.
Join Jaime for an Alice in Wonderland Yoga Adventure, including a Zen Den, a Super Yoga, some Yoga Pose Universes and a Peace Out! Get the weekend started well. Have fun, everyone!