Belly Breathing Kids | Balloon Breathing | Teaching Kids Calm Down | Kindergarten Educational Videos



and then he pushed me that's not very nice it made me so angry I pushed him back Oh No Rocco breathe breathe why are you telling me to breathe I'm already breathing Rocco is breathing faster than normal because he is feeling angry staying calm is hard when things get frustrated well how can I do it stop and take deep breaths so you can get your breathing pattern back to normal that's hard to remember well if we practice belly breathing every day we can train our bodies breathe in through your nose and make your belly grow your belly becomes flat as you breathe out through your nose I like to practice belly breathing before I go to bed it helps me fall asleep okay I'll do that every day and hopefully next time when somebody pushes me I'll be able to remember to stop breathe deep stay calm and use my words and I'll tell them stop please that's a great idea and if you're still having trouble you can always ask a grown-up for help here at storytime with Annie Urraco

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  1. Teaching children balloon breathing can help them develop anger management techniques and incorporate self-soothing, calming and relaxation strategies.

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