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Endangered Animals Kids Yoga Lesson Plan
Inspired by World Wildlife Fund and National Geographic this kids yoga lesson plan brings the beauty and majesty of endangered species to your yoga class. Become a flamingo, orca, sea turtle, ocelot and more, while discover interesting facts about these amazing creatures with which we share the earth. This lesson plan is ideal for children aged 4-10 as well as family yoga classes. The topic is suited to science units studying Endangered and At-Risk Species.
Includes precious species coloring pages, games and music suggestions.
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Two Teen Yoga Lesson Plans
Enjoy two unique teen yoga lesson plans: one for younger teens (12- 14 year olds) and a second for older teens (15-17 year old).
Room on the Broom Kids Yoga for Halloween
This lovely rhyming book is ideal for Halloween encouraging loyalty, cooperation and creativity, includes suggested poses, Halloween Guided Visualization and supplemental activities.
Take a Deep Breath
This fun class teaches children about breathing, the connection between yoga and breath, and how we can use our breathing for healthy minds and bodies.
I Sent Some Karma
Based on the game “I sent a Letter to My Love” this kids yoga class is ideal for 3-8 year olds.
Pete the Cat and His Magic Sunglasses Yoga Class
Help kids discover how they can be in charge of their moods and make every day an awesome one. Includes poses, song, craft and worksheet.
Garden Yoga Inspired by Eric Carle Books
Check out these six recommended garden-themed Eric Carle books matched up with yoga poses.
A Rainbow of Colors
Teaching children about Rainbows, Rain, Light and all the colors that can be found in Nature helps them to appreciate all the beauty and nourishment that the Earth provides.
Hello Baby! by Mem Fox Toddler Yoga
Check out these Toddler Yoga ideas inspired by Mem Fox books and animal yoga poses! Hello Baby! is a perfect book to get little ones moving and reading together.