Visit this virtual retreat to relax and enjoy the NEW FEATURES, including: flowing water, flying bird, butterfly, and hummingbird in the windows of the main room and 9 new spring-themed nature videos with calming music and nature sounds. Add this FREE interactive, relaxing retreat to your virtual classrooms for when students (or you) need a break!
The signs of Spring are here - flowers are starting to bloom, birds are chirping, and the weather is beginning to warm up. It seems like it is time to introduce my newest version of the virtual calming room: 🌷Spring edition🌷!
It includes so many new features that I’m really excited about and can’t wait for you to experience! Features in the 🌷Spring edition of the Calming Room include: a sensory-friendly room with nine new relaxing videos with soothing nature sounds, moving/flying bird, butterfly, and hummingbird in the windows, optional instrumental music in main room, working fireplace, and more! The videos are embedded so that they auto-play when an item is clicked in the interactive calming room and there is a home button to bring you back to the main scene.
This is the sixth in a series of virtual calming rooms. In this Spring version, I have again included my miniature dachshund, Emmy. She is my faithful companion as I work on my blog and creating resources. The original calming room has been enjoyed by over 50,000 viewers, while combined with the other versions, there have been over 90,000 viewers enjoying these calming, virtual retreats this school year.
If you would like this cheerful 🌷Spring room to be a place that your students can visit, you can make a copy to assign or share. If you have a virtual classroom, you can link an object or sign in your own virtual room telling students to 'click here' to visit the calming room & it will take them there. Another option is to assign the link or instruction slide as 'Material' in Google Classroom or Learning Management System and students will have it available whenever they need it. Remember to read and then remove the speaker notes before sharing with students.
Thank you for allowing me to share my creations with you! I hope that it is helpful and that you and your students enjoy the resources that I create and share. Let me know if you enjoy this and the other calming rooms.