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This I Have, Who Has Game, is a fun way for students to work on so many different skills, while also working on yoga skills. This will also double up as a fun, brain break/movement break where you can have your students to demonstrate the different yoga moves that they have on their cards. There are 39 different yoga movement cards included, and a total of 40 participation cards - meaning you could have up to 40 players taking part at once - or you can hand out more than 1 card to students - or get staff members involved in the fun!
Yoga moves included are:
♦ Balancing Table
♦ Child Forward
♦ Crescent Moon
♦ Downward Dog
♦ Happy Baby
♦ Namaste Kneeling
♦ Namaste Sitting
♦ Rag Doll
♦ Reverse Table
♦ Warrior 1
♦ Warrior 2
• Print out each of the pages included
• Cut out and laminate each of the individual cards so that they will be stronger and longer lasting.
• Hand out the cards to each of your students - you can have up to 40 players. If you have less players than this, some students can have more than 1 card (or staff members can get included).
• Start with the 'start here' card and then have your students read out their cards. EG) I have the first card, who has airplane?" the next student who has the airplane card will respond with "I have airplane, (demonstrate the movement) who has archer?" etc. and this carries on throughout the whole game.
This game is going to be lots of fun for your students to provide your students with a movement break / brain break to get them back on track with their work, while having fun and working together as a class.
Appropriate for American and British/Canadian etc. classrooms.
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