Useful Stuff

Awaken ancient forms and play within them,
Sift gold amidst the wreckage of your slumber;
Renew your passions, maybe Pinterest pin them,
Tell that one toxic friend, ‘Yo, lose my number.’
The day is clear, a new day is aborning;
And so are you, perpet’ually. Gmorning.

– Lin-Manual Miranda, Gmorning, Gnight!

Want to talk about climate care on a nature walk? Wondering how to meditate with your kids? Need a resource for practicing lament after a death? You’ve reached the right place.

Our tools are research-based and tested by real families with real kids in the midst of messy real life. You’ll find hands-on materials and guides for engaging spirituality. No matter your experience or knowledge base, this stuff provides your how-to.

  • Emoji Spirituality

    Kids love emojis. As fun visual substitutes for words, they help children share how they’re feeling and communicate ideas.

    Mindful Art

    Self-awareness and emotional regulation are spiritual skills that every child needs. Research shows that art activities can be powerful tools for supporting these skills.

  • Reading A Duet for Home

    What can children do about a situation that seems unfair or unjust? How can they be allies? These are two of the questions that Karina Yan Glaser explores in her new novel,

    Books for Earth Day

    Every year on April 22, more than a billion people take time to reflect on the earth and its importance for human wellbeing.

  • Exploring Ellen Outside the Lines

    In their latest book, author A.J. Sass creates a neurodivergent main character (Ellen) who is negotiating changes in her friendships and sense of self.

    Mindful Nature Walks

    I do a lot of walking. I sometimes walk from my house to my office two blocks away. I pace while talking on the phone at work or home.