It’s cold and snowy outside. So winter is officially here! It can be difficult to think of things to do when the weather turns snowy and frigid. In order to keep the chilly months just as fun and exciting as the warm ones, let’ do some yoga!
Now it is time to take your bedtime story ritual a step further. Turn off all distractions like cell phones and television. Dim the lights or light a candle to create a calm atmosphere. Get ready for some stretching, twisting and breathing and relaxing together. Just make sure you listen to your body and teach your kids to do the same.
It’s about a young accident-prone dragon, named Zog, who wants to be the best student in dragon school. Enjoy the story of Zog and the ambitious Princess, Pearl, with twenty-two kids yoga poses.
Gratitude means being thankful for what we have in our lives. Yoga teaches us to be grateful for our health and bodies. This gratitude yoga flow for kids will help you focus on all you have to be thankful for.
A rhyming story of a mouse and a monster. Little mouse goes for a walk in a dangerous forest. To scare off his enemies he invents tales of a fantastical creature called the Gruffalo. So, imagine his surprise when he meets the real Gruffalo… Enjoy the story with seventeen kids yoga poses and a relaxation at the end.
Click on one of the themes of your choice and see the yoga pose ideas for kids! I love preparing themes for my kids yoga classes. In this way, I can have in-depth information on a certain subject. By organizing my kids yoga classes around a theme, I am able to create a more structured yoga lessons for children.
An autumn kids yoga lesson plan for my kindergarten students with 18 yoga poses with an autumn leaf breath relaxation and a short yoga game. At the end, you can enjoy an autumn mandala…
Here are some tips on how to use music in your kids yoga classes: 1- Make it fun! 2- Prepare a warm-up playlist. 3- Create a repertoire. 4- The key to kids yoga songs is repetition. 5- Remember to rehearse and memorize the lyrics and movements…
Now it is time to explore deserts. Let’s pack some water, sunscreen and protective clothing!
In this lesson plan, you will find:
A warm-up song, that is very appropriate for kids yoga
14 desert animals yoga poses with some explanation both about the animal and the pose
A relaxation part (Body Scan on the soft and warm sands of the desert)
Camel Handprint craft
And some short yoga game ideas
I hope you like it!
It is a lovely warm up song that you can sing together before the story of Bear Wants More. The bear went over the mountain, (Mountain: Standing tall and perfectly still, eyes can be open or closed, breathing steady. We are immovable like mountains.)the bear went over the mountain,the bear went over the mountain,to see …