National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning
A Resource Guide for Planning and Operating Afterschool Programs

Resource Description

This resource addresses the topic: Programming.

The Yoga Adventure for Children (New)
Helen Purperhart
Yoga is not just for adults but a great activity to use with children between lessons, during a gym class, or after school. Giving children a few minutes to relax, breathe, and stretch can rejuvenate them and get them ready to learn. Yoga also encourages coordination, flexibility, strength, and relaxation. The Yoga Adventure for Children contains 82 different activities, including warm-up exercises, yoga postures, breathing exercises, concentration and meditation activities, visualization exercises, and wake-up exercises. Clear and concise written instructions and illustrations simplify the role of leading children in yoga exercises. Pick and choose which activities will work best for your students, and watch them have fun experiencing a healthy fitness activity. (130 pages)
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