It’s springtime, and the world seems fresh and new. The Sun is shining. Flowers are blooming, and baby animals are being born. It’s finally warm enough to play outside without a coat! Let’s enjoy this change of season with twenty-five spring yoga poses and fun activities for kids!
Kids Yoga Themes
I love preparing themes for my kids yoga classes.
First of all, in this way I can have in-depth information on a certain subject. Take the dinosaur yoga, for instance. I wouldn’t have learned so many dinosaur names otherwise…
By organizing my kids yoga classes around a theme, I am able to create a more structured yoga lessons for children. Depending on the theme I choose, I can organize my kids yoga lesson plan with a related song, game and craft activity.
Investing some energy and time on theming always makes me happy, and that satisfaction reflects on my classes.
I love engaging themes in kids yoga classes so that I can easily capture their attention. I wouldn’t have taught the shapes any easier if it wasn’t with yoga. Children will not even realize how much they are learning while having so much fun.
Themes help kids feel connected to. It is very satisfying to see their participation and contribution to the lesson especially when they know the topic.
Lastly, remember to go to your kids yoga class by preparing relevant materials: pictures, books, toys, anything that helps visualization!
In this Garden Yoga Lesson Plan, you will find:
– A warm-up kids yoga song
– Twenty garden yoga poses for kids
– Relaxation: “Choose Your Calming Word” Meditation
– Yoga Game: Balloon Dance
In this Valentine’s Day Yoga Lesson Plan, you will find:
– some information about Valentine’s Day
– some information about our hearts
-warm-up yoga flow with 4 yoga poses
-15 Valentine’s Day yoga poses for kids to put attention around heart and chest
-10 Quotes to raise awareness of heart during yoga poses
-Relaxation: Butterfly Fingertip Massage
-Valentine’s Day Yoga Game: Musical Hearts with my favorite yoga songs
-Valentine’s Day Yoga Activity: “My Heart as a Room”
I hope you like it and have fun!
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!
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.
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…
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!
In this kids yoga lesson plan:
You will find the links of the warm up songs about shapes.
Then, you will be introduced to the shapes with their yoga poses.
A relaxation story will follow about shining stars and affirmation.
After the savasana, a game is waiting for you about shapes with two versions.
At the very end, you may like to relax more with geometric breathing.
Here are nine lovely animals that you can adopt as a pet with their yoga poses. There is also a relaxation at the end about having a pet friend…