Tried and True
Written and narrated by Chanel Tsang
"This is what we really hoped and imagined in our mind's eye," - NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory Rob Manning. NASA’s Mars Insight lander reached Mars last week but work on this started a long time ago when humans imagined themselves reaching another planet. This relaxation story has three breathing exercises and we talk about how it’s important to try new things and to get up and try again when things don’t work out.
This season we’re heading out to space, and with that, we are introducing a new feature: SafeSPACE. If your child would like to share where/who/what their safe, happy, or calm space is, please send in a recording of them, picture, or message to firstname.lastname@example.org or on our Facebook page @bedtimefm or Twitter @peaceoutpodcast. We’d love to hear what makes them feel this way and why and we’ll share it on a future episode or on our social media!
We were inspired by Emma Seppala’s article on Quartz! Check it out for amazing advice on supporting your child’s happiness and success: https://qz.com/1021749/a-leading-happiness-researcher-says-were-giving-our-kids-bad-advice-about-how-to-succeed-in-life/
Constellation books that I found for Kira and anyone else who’s curious about the stars:
Exploring Constellations by Sara Latta
Zoo in the Sky: A Book of Animal Constellations by Jacqueline Mitton
Child’s Introduction to the Night Sky by Michael Driscoll
Exploring the Night Sky: The Equinox Astronomy Guide for Beginners by Terence Dickinson
Mars facts from
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Peace out and peace within.
Did you enjoy this story? Why not take a look at some of our other children‘s relaxational and mindfulness stories?