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Lolli and the Lollipop (Meditation Adventures for Kids) (Volume 1)

July 20, 2017 - Comment

Lolli and the Lollipop (Meditation Adventures for Kids) (Volume 1)Rate this post Lolli comes from the Land of Color and speaks directly to children guiding them through stories that they themselves adventure on and feel a part of. Kids love the whimsical nature of following where Lolli takes them and learn things incidentally along the

Lolli and the Lollipop (Meditation Adventures for Kids) (Volume 1)
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Lolli comes from the Land of Color and speaks directly to children guiding them through stories that they themselves adventure on and feel a part of. Kids love the whimsical nature of following where Lolli takes them and learn things incidentally along the way. A fun and creative approach to mindfulness for children. Parents, use these meditations to help increase your children’s self esteem, enhance your child’s imagination and encourage positive thinking. Helps kids with self acceptance and increases confidence. Lolli’s meditation adventures help kids to be happy and make great choices. Lolli helps kids with their emotions and feelings, guiding them to deal with anger, worry and fear. Perfect for creating a wonderful sleep routine with your children. Includes three original guided meditations: Lolli and the Lollipop; Lolli and the Polka Dot Undies; and Lolli and the New House. In Lolli and the Lollipop kids are introduced to fun and adventurous Lolli from the Land of Color. She takes you to her land and you release all your fears and worries under the giant magical lollipops found there. Then you travel to a bright cave filled with the most exquisite crystals. There is one special crystal waiting for you. In Lolli and the Polka-dot Undies Lolli invites you to the Land of Silly, but to get there you need to be wearing polka-dot undies. Don’t worry – everyone else there is wearing them too. In Silly Land you get to play Throw the Egg at the Donkey helping to release all your built up anger. You won’t stop giggling through this meditation. It’s definitely a family favorite. In Lolli and the New House, your return to the Land of Color and explore Lolli’s house. Then you get to build your very own house next door. You can design and decorate it anyway you like. As you do you transform yourself – it is well known that metaphorically, a house represents the self. As you change your house, you change yourself. A great way to increase selk esteem in a tricky and fun way! Three meditations cleverly crafted to heal and transform, whilst being incredibly fun and adnventurous for kids. Creatively unique and fresh stories sure to delight. “Lolli calms Sophie (age 6) down and she goes straight to sleep” Susie Petris “Mathew and Jordan (ages 8 and 10) love these colourful characters that really make them laugh!” Joanna Walsh “The girls (ages 6 and 9) love Lolli so much! Fantastic, well received, no boredom. All fun. Great for fear. Great for self empowerment!” Elissa O’Brien

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stargazer says:

Very creative My niece loved how creative and different these stories were. I would even say unusual. She likes me to read this to her at bedtime. The cute stories help her relax. I would call this more an exercise in creative thinking. Kids get to listen and create their own little world with details they can choose on their own. The stories are teaching lessons and the kids don’t even realize it because they are just having so much fun being creative. A family favorite and lots of fun.

Priscilla Flynn says:

Lolli is wonderful! My children and I loved this book! They have become obsessed with Lolli and her magic is real. We read her book at night and it has made bedtime much easier. We love talking about their adventures in the morning and it is not unusual for Lolli to stay with during the day. We are a homeschool family and not only has Lolli made her way into our hearts, she has become part of our curriculum as well.

JC W says:

A must have! Outstanding guided imagery. I love it and so does my 3 year old. Super creative and engaging. Highly recommended!

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