Mindfulness techniques are widely used around the world, in which the practice of living and meditating on the very moment to save the mind from wandering is practiced. But now, with a simple and easy game, children’s mindfulness can be enhanced.
it is called Sticks which has no display or screen and that is why this game teaches mindfulness in children. Using it, children learn concentration and attention, which is greatly influenced by the use of computers and mobiles.
Sticks, on the one hand, provide hepatic tremors or other sensations, on the other hand, the lights work, and on the third, under the guidance of audio, the child exercises breathing, storytelling, balancing himself and meditating and meditating. I can get help too.
The company that made it claims that Stucks has made Mindfulness a kind of game. The related app features a monster or monster that moves along with the practice. This increases the children’s interest by giving virtual rewards and thus they move forward in mindfulness.
In Sticks, children can move on by selecting several exercises and go on learning Mind Flushing under audio guidance. Behind this is a 2019 university study that has proven to be useful and effective at the clinical level.