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Susan Verde is the author of The Museum, You and Me, and I Am Peace. She is a licensed Yoga instructor and lives in East Hampton, New York.Peter H. Reynolds is the renowned illustrator behind the bestselling Judy Moody and Stink series, as well as many other award-winning picture books, including The Dot and Ish. He lives in Dedham, Massachusetts.
I Am Love asks readers to look inward when they feel afraid, angry, hurt, or sad. When a storm is brewing inside us and the skies grow dark, the transformative power of love lets the light back in. Includes heart-opening yoga poses and a guided meditation.
From a very early age, my daughter has loved to do yoga. Even before she knew what she was doing, she loved copying my yoga moves. As she has grown, I have been really excited to find some great resources and kids yoga books to help me teach her some yoga basics. At only 2, she has her favorite poses already and she loves doing them on a regular basis. I love that it is something that we can do together, and that she is learning how to control her body, her mind and her emotions. Since one of my goals for the year is to do more yoga together, I decided to gather a list of 15 of the best yoga books for kids!
This yoga kids book is a great way to start the day with an energizing yoga flow. The bold illustrations show kids doing yoga poses in fun locations and situations (skiing downhill for ski jumper pose, shaking sand off at the beach for tummy twist, etc). The main story is a simple rhyming text, while additional breathing and visualization prompts are included in smaller print. The book also includes a breakdown of the flow at the end with more detailed instructions for each pose, as well as a visualization exercise.
In this fun introduction to nine yoga poses, the simple and straightforward text encourages kids to try the poses while emulating specific animals. They will be inspired by the bright and colorful illustrations of kids performing the poses alongside the playful animals. The book also includes practice tips for parents, more details about the poses shown in the book, and photographs of real children doing the poses.
This fun rhyming story uses the animals at the zoo to help kids get into ten poses named after animals. Follow Lyla as she performs the poses alongside the animals and receives helpful tips from them about each pose. Kids will love the adorable animals in the colorful illustrations. Tying the poses to something kids recognize is likely to help them remember them. The book includes a breakdown at the end which gives more detailed information on the poses, as well as a beginning and an ending for the whole yoga flow.
This baby yoga book is a great starter for very young yogis. The brightly colored pages of this board book have very simple text and illustrations, making it easy for little ones to understand. Each two page spread shows a small child performing a yoga pose alongside an insect doing the same thing. The colorful insects will keep kids entertained while they try to copy the simple poses.
Join a group of children while they gather outside to practice some yoga poses based on animals. The illustrator creates a simple two page spread showing one of the children performing a yoga pose with easy instructions. The following two page spread is bright and colorful, showing the same child performing the pose alongside a playful animal. The text provides a visualization exercise for kids as they try to act like the animal. The creative set up of the book builds the excitement as kids get into the pose, and brings a playfulness to the practice.
This alphabet book dedicates a page to each letter of the alphabet, showing an animal beginning with that letter, as well as a child performing a yoga pose along with it. The rhyming text makes a connection between each animal and the pose being performed, while the vivid and playful illustrations give kids an idea of how to mimic it. The book includes an index in the back with the correct names of the poses for adults to refer to.
This book introduces readers to 22 yoga poses through clear photographs of real children performing the poses. The text includes a simple introduction or tip for kids about the pose. It also contains detailed information on the pose for parents. The book includes insight into the benefits of yoga as well, making it a good guide for parents.
This yoga picture book is written and illustrated in the same rhyming text and colorful illustrations as the morning version by the same authors. The more relaxing poses and visualization prompts encourage kids to settle down from their full day and drift into sleep. The book also includes an illustrated guide to the entire flow with more details and tips, as well as a visualization exercise.
Help kids drift to sleep with this calming bedtime yoga routine. The peaceful rhyming text offers visualization and breathing exercises to use while performing the yoga poses on each page. Each pose is described in simple instructions. The detailed illustrations put your mind at ease while you move through the flow. This would be a great way to help older children wind down at the end of the day.
This is a great night time yoga flow for young kids. The very simple text and illustrations show kids performing a set of yoga poses meant to relax and encourage sleep. The poses are each matched with an animal, encouraging kids to act like the animal while doing the pose. The book also includes detailed information on each of the poses, as well as practice tips and photographs of real children performing each pose.
Rachel and her puppy decide to go out in the garden to play and discover many signs of Spring. Easy yoga poses are woven into the story through the illustrations. A key in the corner of the page alerts readers to the name of the pose being performed. The simple text also includes descriptive wording about the flowers, weather and insects they see. This helps to create beautiful mental imagery for kids to use while they perform the poses utilized in the story.
Practicing yoga together has become a fun way for us to exercise and learn to control our bodies together. Once she has learned a pose, we have fun randomly practicing them throughout the day, and making them our own. Frequently I will see her practicing a pose while we are waiting in line or while I am cooking dinner. It warms my heart to know that it is something special for us to share.
Hi Vicki, would you recommend a specific one for kids ages 4, 6 and 8 I heard about the ABC yoga from a friend and came home to google it and then discovered there were so many more, was thinking maybe the good morning/good night one might be better for the older kids but thought maybe you might have a better insight
It depends what you are really looking for with them. For any of the ages you mentioned, are you looking for more individual poses or more of a flow I really like the Good Morning and Good Night ones because they really flow from one pose to the next in a soothing story format. If you are looking for more of a yoga flow, I would definitely recommend those for any of those ages. The ABC Yoga and others like it are good for teaching lots of varied poses. I hope that helps!
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