Brie and a fresh baguette. A picnic blanket and a starry night. Some things are just better in pairs, right? Here’s another: learning to read and yoga. It’s true. Research suggests that kids’ brains actually latch onto information better when they’re moving—and that’s the impetus behind the terrific Learn-With-Yoga ABC Yoga Cards for Kids.
Here’s the deal: There are 26 pairs of cards (a pair for each letter). Each pair has one card for the child and one for the grown-up. The kid cards are really eye-catching,. . . read the rest of the review by clicking here.
We are pleases to announce that the Learn With Yoga: ABC Yoga Cards were recently selected by Creative Child Magazine as the 2010 Educational Product of the Year in the Learning and Movement Category.
The ABC Yoga Cards are innovative combination of yoga postures and language development activities written specifically for preschool to early elementary aged children. The cards combine the movement of yoga with pre-literacy and language development activities.
The Edmonton Sun’s Cary Castagna review of Learn With Yoga: ABC Yoga Cards for Kids
Omm … OMG!
It turns out that my toddler daughter likes yoga. Loves it, even.
And with her innate flexibility, she’s much better at it than her dear ol’ Daddy – who has discovered his range of motion is severely lacking. Sigh.
Today we tried “Learn With Yoga ABC Yoga Cards for Kids” (for ages two and up) and absolutely had a blast.
The deck of 52 colourfully illustrated index cards – we actually only got to “N” (neck stretches) before her toddler attention span lost interest – provided some serious father-daughter bonding.
I’m sure we’ll continue at “O” (ocean breath) later. I need to mentally prepare myself for “W” (windshield wiper legs) and “Z” (zig zag). And I may have to double up on “Y” (yogic sleep) when we’re finished the deck. Click here to read the rest of the article . . .