Alphabet Kids Yoga
Alphabet yoga cards are perfect to use with kiddos to get them moving during the day. The cards have fun yoga pictures associated with the pose with a description of how children can get in the pose.
How to Use
They usually work best when gone through as a group or individually at first in steps until students get good at knowing the yoga poses. After kiddos get good at the yoga cards they can get into the yoga poses by just having the pictures out for them to see! Use the large pictures to put up around your room or use them on your interactive white board.
Cut out and laminate, put on a ring box, or use on a bulletin board. Go no-prep and pull up the PDF on your interactive white board or iPad. Use at stations!
Who Can Use Them
Anyone can use yoga cards! They are inclusive to all abilities! They are great for use in the regular classroom, special education room, occupational/physical therapy and physical education.
Where to Use Them
They are a great movement break during the day, use at circle time, morning meeting, free time or for use during stations. These cards are fun for use during physical education or in group/individual physical and occupational therapy. They are a great way to add simple movement into the day which we know is essential for learning and concentration! Use the yoga cards with letter sounds or when learning the alphabet!
There are 26 individual pose cards – 2 poses per page
26 descriptions formatted for easy front to back printing
Yoga Card Cover
Full Sheet Pictures of Each Letter Pose (same poses)
56 Total Pages Including Cover, TOU and Credits
See It In Action
One of several ways to use the Alphabet Yoga Cards is letter and name recognition. See the video below of working on this skill while doing yoga poses!
What Others Are Saying
“Just perfect for our classroom! They LOVE THEM!! Thank you!”
“What a fun way to get students up and moving while practice the letters of the alphabet. Thanks!”
“I love the photos of the kids practicing the poses. My preschool students love yoga and the visual really helps.”