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ACTIVITY: Morning Movement with the Harmonious Friends

A fun way to get students moving their bodies in the morning, based on the classic Four Harmonious Friends story

LESSON: Tea for Teachers

This lesson from Middle Way School guides students toward the practice of offering in a fun and engaging way.

TEACHER TRAINING: Experiential Buddhist Education Specializing in Kindergarten (Held in Nepal)

Interested in becoming a kindergarten teacher? This 2-year course from Abiding Heart Education brings together the Buddhist view, meditation and everyday application with the Waldorf/Steiner Education framework.

ARTICLE: The Way of the Bodhisattva: Really?

Writer and parent Bethany Saltman explores what it truly means to be a bodhisattva in our daily lives.

ACTIVITY: Pebble Meditation from Thich Nhat Hanh

A brief meditation with pebbles by Thich Nhat Hanh.

ARTICLE: The Math Koan

Teaching math isn't so different from the practice of koan study, says high school teacher Pat Higgiston.

ARTICLE: Establishing a Daily Rhythm

Establishing a good daily rhythm in a classroom offers consistency, structure, and support for both kids and educators. Here's how it's done at Alaya Preschool.

ACTIVITY: The Dharma of Ice Cream, and Other Lessons for Little Kids

A few ways to bring Buddhism into the daily lives of your kids this summer—including, yes, with ice cream!

ACTIVITY: Bubble Meditation

A lesson in mindfulness, patience, and impermanence using blowing bubbles.

LESSON: The Art of Service

This lesson guides students toward the practice of offering by running a pop-up restaurant.