Explore your space
Back to School Routines • 2m 2s
Our minds are naturally curious and we can be easily distracted by the world around us. Sometimes when we need to focus in, it's a good idea to start by focusing out. Take a look around, explore your space and feed your minds curiosity. Then with our mind fed we can begin to focus on the task at hand.
"There's no use expecting kids to sit quietly if we haven't let them move loudly first." - Mike Huber
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