Whenever we at Fablefy, teach kids mindfulness, whether it’s at school or at home, it helps to turn the lesson into a fun activity — through play, movement, visualization, and games.

One of our favorite toys for teaching basic breath awareness is the Hoberman sphere, a...

A little boredom is actually good for a child's brain. When our kids get bored we often get into an overdrive trying to figure ways to engage their minds. But being bored once in a while is actually good for a child’s brain according to Joe Austerman, D.O., a child psy...

Mindfulness is the quality of attention that combines full awareness with acceptance of each moment, just as it is—is gaining broad acceptance among mental health professionals as an adjunct to treatment.

Our video is based on the famous book, "Sitting Still Like A Fro...

The breath is a friend of ours - its always with us.

The breath is the most potent and secular form of meditation and can be used anyone irrespective, of their religious or cultural identity. 

  • The breath is a link between the mind and the body.

  • We can control t...

Compassion in simple words “helping those who are hurting.” 

Compassion usually begins with sympathy, which is seeing someone’s pain. It is noticing a student who skins his knee or a friend who hurts her arm. It is being alert to a weary friend or a stranger who ne...

 The minions are the most adorable characters ever. They make you laugh,  cry and they are perhaps the most human-like character ever.

My children and my family love these yellow ones. 

I have created this small video with snippets from the movies to bring lessons...

As parents and educators, our goals for our children is to provide them with problem solving, creativity and survival skills for this world that we live in. We want them to have a positive relationships with all around them but especially, with their own selves. We giv...

"The tendency in our society is when there’s dis-ease, to grab another experience in order to reduce it." - Ram Dass

Yesterday, at a dentist's office, as I sat in silence, an assistant approached me to tell me how I could use my phone. When I told her I am okie, she loo...