Yoga Deck for Kids on the Ball
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Yoga Exercise Cards for Use with a Therapy Ball
Help your kids focus, stretch and breathe with Yoga Deck for Kids on the Ball! The yoga movements are designed to appeal to children with varying abilities. Yoga exercises can help kids increase their attention span and focus, decrease aggression, and develop postural control, and so much more. Each of the 44 yoga pose cards also features the adorable Herbert character striking a different yoga pose (such as Dancer, Warrior, Where's My Shoe? and Half Dog) as well as directions for alignment, action and attention. Developed by Ilana Danneman, Physical Therapist and Product Developer at Fun and Function
- Each card highlights elements of the pose: Balance, Calm, Social, Strength and/or Stretch
- Great for kids who need help with motor planning, balance skills, body awareness, flexibility, language
- Made by Fun and Function
- Age 3+
Ideas for Use
This deck can be used with or without a ball (pictures show poses with the ball). Suited for one or more children simultaneously, for a few minutes or a full session. Great for home, clinic, classroom or gym use.
Available with a therapy ball or without.
Tip: An easy way to choose the right size ball is to first measure the child's arm length (armpit to fingertips). This measurement should be close to the diameter (height) of the ball that you choose.
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