Posters & Quizzes

Quizzes, posters, and infographics for teaching mindfulness and teaching mindfully.
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Mindfulness Quizzes Here at
How Mindful am I?
Is Your Mind Connected to Your Body?
What's the Best Mindfulness Practice for Me? 

Quizzes for Teachers and Other Helping Professionals here at
How Burnt Out Are You? 
Should I Quit My Job? 
10 Questions About Self-Care Only You Can Answer 
What (Arche)Type of Teacher am I?

Posters here at

The Eightfold Path in Everyday Life

Mindful Teaching by the Numbers

Quick Sanity Breaks for Mindful (but Busy!) Teachers

Links to Quizzes 

More Links to Mindfulness-Related Posters and Infographics


  1. Do you have an suggestions on how to measure the effectiveness of mindfulness in the classroom (2nd grade)? For example, a form that the classroom teacher and fill out each month to show how their class has changed since receiving mindfulness activities?

    1. That is a great question... I've posted it to Google+ and Facebook and I'll ask a couple of people who have more experience than I do in working with kids; I'll let you know what I find out... In the meantime, if anyone reading this has some suggestions, I'd really appreciate your input.

    2. I heard back from Meena Srinivasan, author of Teach, Breathe, Learn: Mindfulness In and Out of the Classroom. She has a few suggestions for you:
      Your school might try the DESSA:
      Or you might want to post your question to the AME (Association for Mindfulness in Education) listserve:
      Or the MiEN (Mindfulness in Education Network) email list:

    3. Bobbi Allan of Mindfulness in Education suggests that your form could include:
      • Paying and Sustaining Attention
      • Calmness / Self-Control / Self-Regulation (here one could also look for the ability to ‘bounce back’ from high excitement or high emotions by remembering to pause and breathe)
      • Self-Care / Participation / Cooperation
      • Kindness / Care and Respect for Self and Others

  2. Thank you for the response you gave to the query above re: measuring effectiveness in classrooms and thank you also for your amazing website. I have been introducing mindfulness to my 6yr old and your resources have been invaluable in helping me do this effectively. He loves it after only 4 nights!

    1. You're welcome, Ayse. I'm glad you're finding the resources helpful, and I really appreciate your comment.