Resources for Adults

Practicing Mindfulness with Children
Research Findings: 
Mindfulness and How it Helps Kids Excel (from Huffington Post)
Summary of Research Findings (from Mindful Schools Organization)
You Can Learn to Be More Compassionate (from Scientific American) 
Additional Resources
A Still & Quiet Place: A Mindfulness Program for Teaching Children and Adolescents to Ease Stress and Difficult Emotions by Amy Saltzman, MD
Teaching Mindfulness Skills to Kids and Teens edited by Christopher Willard and Amy Saltzman
Practicing Mindfulness Yourself
Model by example and begin your own Mindfulness routine.
From the Flourishing Center
Daily Meditation with Mary Meckley
Happiness Podcast with Dr. Robert Puff
10 Best Guided Meditations from Live the Life You Love
Yoga with Adrienne - a series of yoga sequences, searchable by genre, length of time, or ability (...what I like most is that she's down to earth and doesn't take it or herself too seriously.)
Don't forget that most of the Daily Routines and many of the general exercises for kids are equally beneficial for adults. The beauty of mindfulness is that it isn't dependent on age (or gender or race or socio-economic status, and on and on). Quite often, kids can be our best mindfulness teachers, so take their lead.