Jenny's Winter Walk
Act out what you see and hear on a winter walk
Join Jenny as she meets various animals on a winter walk with her mom. Be a squirrel, a fox, and a bunny.
Discover winter, explore movement, and learn the five senses.
Age group: Preschoolers ages 2-5.
I read this aloud to elementary students in my yoga class, and they enjoyed it! I did a little preview of each pose with them first, so they would know how to do them.
My weekly class loves the story and asks me to read it all the time!!
I have ordered several products from Kids Yoga Stories and absolutely love them! The materials are well organized and thought out. I have used many for my kid's classes and they love them! This book is a wonderful story and great to use for the upcoming winter season!
This is a cute story about a mother and daughter adventure on a winter walk. I read it with my three year old who has loved all of Ms. Shardlow's books. She loved finding the poses on each page and doing them herself. I think the story line gives a great idea of something any daughter can do with their mother. The pictures were colorful and inviting. We enjoyed this book!
Author and yogi Giselle Shardlow has written a winter book about family, nature, and yoga. Jenny and her mother take a winter walk in the woods. As they walk through the woods, they see forest creatures, smell pine trees, and feel the coolness of winter in the air. During the walk, there are moments where they can take a moment and do a yoga pose. The yoga pose is in a circle on the right side of the two-page layout. (The poses are also listed in order in the pack of the book.) It's a fun winter and nature themed story that invites the reader to move along with Jenny and her mom. The illustrations are by Vicky Bowes. I loved the muted colors. It felt like a great book to read for a transition book between the end of fall and the beginning of winter. For teachers and parents, there is additional guidance and tips in the back of the book. This book is well suited to read before or after a walk outdoors with children. Reviewed from a review copy. Thank you, Giselle Shardlow!