Let’s Make Shapes! Yoga & Mindfulness

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Let’s Make Shapes! Yoga & Mindfulness

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Make shapes fun with yoga!

Shapes are all around us, and we can even make shapes with our bodies. Enjoy this fun activity our founder has been doing in classes since 2009! For years I’ve taught this class to toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarteners. It’s the perfect way to get kids excited about math and shapes!

Activity Packet, Worksheets, & Detailed How-To Yoga Poses

Use this activity packet to inspire little ones to explore the world around us with math and shapes. Learn how to teach children six (6) shape yoga poses with our detailed instruction, written just for kids! Also included are breathing exercises, mindfulness activities, crafts and our popular yoga cards and games!

Print or display our yoga cards and ask kids, ‘how many sides does this shape have?’ Go through the activities in the packet as a yoga class or at home as individual activities. This activity packet is perfect for educators, parents, clinicians or camp/community groups.

Let’s Make Shapes! is a 17-page PDF download that you can view on your phone, tablet, computer or print to paper.

This activity packet includes:

  • Yoga pose cards for six (6) shapes and games to play

  • Detailed instruction for the yoga poses, written for kids

  • Facilitated discussion prompts, breathing exercises and a mindfulness activity

  • Crafts and coloring pages related to shapes

  • Shapes Yoga poster

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It’s perfect for early childhood or group where big kids support younger kids. If you have mixed ages, or are working with first or second graders, you can make it interesting by focusing on the number of sides in a shape and placing the poses in order based on the number of sides in the shape. Remember to have fun, allow for mistakes, review the shapes and poses in a light hearted way, and make the children feel like shapes, math, and yoga are their friends.