Warm up with Yoga and Mindfulness
For many children, the first thought that comes to mind when winter approaches is “snow day!” The winter can be a time of hibernation as it is cold outside, many extracurricular activities have slowed down, and the days get darker much earlier. When children are cooped up inside, they can become restless and bored quite easily. However, the winter yoga sequence is a great way to promote physical activity and encourage movement during a restless time.
Learn five (5) yoga poses with our Winter Sequence Yoga Cards. Written for kids, each card comes with easy-to-follow illustrations and step-by-step instructions. This winter yoga deck is the perfect way warm up and share yoga and mindfulness with children!
Lesson Plans for Teachers and Parents
In our Educator’s edition, we provide 3 easy-to-follow curriculums for teachers, parents, and anyone else that works with children (young kids, kids, and tweens). Each lesson plan is formatted to teach an entire class, including discussion prompts, group activities, yoga movement, guided relaxations, crafts, and coloring pages.
- Printable yoga deck to learn five (5) yoga poses
- Three (3) curriculums to educate yogis (split into young kids, kids, and tweens)
- Facilitated discussion prompts, journaling activities, breathing exercises, crafts, games and additional activities
- Coloring mandala for mindfulness
- Printable journal to reflect on your practice
Perfect for practicing anywhere! Use this deck at home, school, park, or when traveling!
Made for educators, parents, and anyone doing yoga with children!
Includes three specially designed yoga lesson plans that can be taught to kids ages 2-7, 7-11, and 11-14.
The Winter Sequence and Lesson Plans is a 24-page PDF download which you can view on your phone, tablet, computer or print out onto paper. We recommend cutting out each card and taping/gluing on a 4”x6” index card or card stock. For added durability, laminate each card.
Our digital products are perfect for viewing on your phone or tablets! Help reduce our carbon footprint by mindfully choosing what to print. Try printing on card stock and laminate so they last for many future uses by big and little hands.