Preschool Yoga Pack
Yoga is a fun and engaging way to bring movement to your preschool-age children.
This pack includes tons of ideas to integrate movement into learning about shapes, the alphabet, opposites, and body parts.
1. Shapes Yoga Cards
LEARN ABOUT SHAPES THROUGH YOGA POSES!
Pretend to be a star, a square, and a triangle while learning basic shapes.
Download these Shapes digital yoga cards to learn through movement in your home, classroom, or studio.
Includes an Index Card, Pose Instructions, 15 Yoga Pose cards, and 15 matching Shape cards.
2. Alphabet Yoga Cards
Practice the alphabet through challenging yoga poses and breathwork!
Bring movement and fun to learning the alphabet with these engaging yoga poses for kids.
- 26 colorful and engaging yoga and breathing exercise pose cards
- 26 detailed corresponding alphabet cards
- Detailed instructions for each yoga pose provided
- Yoga tips and how to best use these cards
3. Opposites Yoga Cards
LEARN ABOUT OPPOSITES THROUGH YOGA POSES!
Learn opposites such as forward and backward, above and below, and front and back through colorful and engaging yoga positions.
Download these Opposites digital yoga cards to learn through movement in your home, classroom, or studio.
Includes an Index Card, Pose Instructions, 20 Yoga Pose cards, and 20 matching Opposites cards.
4. My Body Yoga Cards
Add movement to your anatomy lessons with these fun yoga cards for kids designed especially to teach kids about their own bodies.
Learning about their own bodies can make children more aware of self-care and, hopefully, self-love. Yoga is a fun way to incorporate anatomy into a class for all ages and all types of learners.
The deck of 39 colorful cards includes:
- an index card listing the different body parts in a sequence
- instructions for 14 body-themed yoga poses
- 14 illustrated cards showing the postures
- 14 matching body parts cards
All Decks Include:
Yoga teaching tips
Poses indexed in a thoughtful sequence specifically to invite flow from one pose to the next. This takes the guesswork out of figuring out which pose to do next.
Yoga kids featured in the illustrations are multicultural and from a variety of countries.