Ever hear a child utter the words, "I'm bored?" In this active children’s Yoga lesson, explore fun ways to pass the time, giving children the tools to invent their own entertainment. This is a great end-of-school-year activity, or even an indoor recess idea. The lesson is aligned with the 7th habit, Sharpen the Saw, as it engages the mind, body, spirit, and heart. It includes a detailed lesson plan for a 45-min Yoga class, which can be taught by anybody (you don't have to be a Yoga teacher). The components are easily broken down to be taught over the course of 5 days, making it convenient to fit into your classroom schedule. Also included is a pose list that accompanies the book, Nothing to Do, by Douglas Wood, a take-home activity, and a newsletter.
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