This activity packet includes:
Let’s Make Shapes! is a 17-page PDF download that you can view on your phone, tablet, computer or print to paper. We recommend you print the cards on card stock in color and laminate for durability.
Feel free to make copies of the cards for the children. If you are working with more than a few groups or want a schoolwide license, please contact us for pricing.
The Spring season is often a time for children to play outside, participate in outdoor sports, and enjoy the feeling of being outside in the fresh air.
Children come to understand the world through what they experience in nature. Invoking the elements of nature during the Spring will help them learn vocabulary that enables improved communication. What do you like about springtime? What changes do you notice outside?
The poses we chose are a sample of things found in nature such as the turtle, the rainbow, and the flower. The poses are fun and accessible to most people. We recommend having fun while exploring these poses. Don't overemphasize the form of the pose, rather focus on the energy the children put behind their participation.
One fun tip: When exploring turtle pose, invoke the feeling of feeling shy or overwhelmed. Retreat into the shell until you are ready to join the others. Then when you are ready, come out of your shell, sit up tall, look around and take the world in.
Enjoy these poses with the children you love!
Learn five (5) spring-themed yoga poses with our Spring Sequence Printable Yoga Cards. Written for children, it is the perfect tool for kids to develop their own yoga and mindfulness practice. Also included are three spring crafts to get your creativity flowing! Let’s get moving and mindful!
Printable yoga deck to learn five (5) yoga poses
Spring sequence yoga poster
Three (3) Spring crafts with printables to get creativity flowing
Printable journal to reflect on your practice
Perfect for practicing anywhere! Use this deck at home, the classroom, park, or when traveling!
The Spring Yoga Sequenceis a 20 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 4x6 index card or card stock. For added durability, laminate each card.
I have learned so many new things in just the past 2 times that we have met. It is so helpful coming together with others who are looking for something similar to yourself. Beyond learning about yoga online I have learned so much just from hearing everyone else talk and sharing their ideas.
Flow and Grow Kids Yoga teacher training was a wonderful experience. Lara is such an amazing teacher. Working in small groups and getting to know the other students was so rewarding. Our teacher manual and class materials had everything I needed to get started teaching. I'm so pleased with the additional items purchased from Flow and Grow. The art work is incredible. I highly recommend this course to anyone thinking about teaching kids yoga. You will love it!
This is great before nap or bedtime. It gives you time to connect and begin to quiet down from the day and reflect. We love to bring this out if we are having trouble settling or we wanted a special activity before bed.
Such a wonderful gift for young ones (and resource for parents/educators), love the yoga cards and activities to encourage a calm and mindful bedtime! Wonderful journal to help encourage healthy habits and great visuals for children. Nice book for caregivers and children to work on together, promotes quality time and electronic free bedtime!
The distinction between big M and little M mindfulness is key, and so well put. As I've incorporated mindfulness into my PE teaching I've thought about how to distinguish between activities that are explicitly mindful and activities that can be done mindfully without needing to label them "mindful." I think both are crucial, as the surest way to alienate students is to drown them in formal practice without also teaching them the joy of just being and doing. Calling it big M and little M is really a perfect way of putting it.
- I also thought the Gradual Release of Responsibility was a really neat concept and one I hadn't thought of. But really, what is the point of teaching mindfulness if one cannot pass it on as a tool? Even though your presentation is geared towards K-5, I thought this piece in particular would be salient for middle school students, and fit in well to a mindfulness curriculum for them. I suppose one question I have is are you considering developing this further to feature activities for older students?
As someone who is studying this very topic in grad school I'm really impressed by the breadth and practical applicability of this document!
I have been using the winter pack for a few weeks. We have introduced some of the winter yoga moves using the cards and suggestions and the children have responded really well, we especially like 'Snowman Circles'! I work in a Nursery class so I haven't really needed to use the older age group lessons plans that are included. It would be great if you could just buy the age range you need or if there was a specific pack for early years. However, saying that I think the older kids activities can still be adapted to be more suited to the younger ages. This resource is excellent quality and a great introduction to yoga and mindfulness. My class love it and I can't wait to introduce the rest of the moves over the winter.
Great resource, easy to teach and easy to learn! Bonus the kids have so much fun :)
Sweet, simple illustrations with clear instructions will make calm down routines and classroom spaces accessible and inviting to all learners. Thank you for making a collection I can implement day one!
Flow and Grow Kids Yoga teacher training was hands down one of the best, most positive and inspiring weekends of my life! Lara has a vast understanding of yoga and children’s needs from years of personal experience. The training has ignited a passion inside me to teach all children the beauty, power, balance and harmony of yoga!
Integrating interactive yoga, literacy and reflection activities, Flow and Grow Kids Yoga has created an engaging, child-friendly workbook to support restful sleep while helping children develop self-awareness and self-regulation skills. A true gift for parents and children, My Yoga Workbook: Healthy Bedtime Habits is also a must-have resource for health educators and children's yoga and mindfulness teachers. Highly recommended!
My staff and I are thrilled with our new purchase of these incredible materials and resources. This is exactly what we have been teaching for years and now they are all packed up nicely with adorable illustrations and easy instructions. Thank you for such a lovely product. We are swooning with happiness over our purchases! I think we may have purchased all of them.