Alex Active Yoga Activity Blocks is a kid friendly yoga game that offers a fun way to learn yoga poses. It also encourages working on strength, balance, and focus. 24 yoga pose cards in three levels of difficulty are included. The levels are marked by the numbers 1, 2 or 3 found in the palm shape. Each card features an animal in a different pose with step-by-step illustrated instructions on the back. The poses are given basic animals names. For example, downward dog is simply labeled dog. A child can play alone or multiple children can play together but this game isn't about winning. To play, choose six cards and place them in the six slots of the soft green pose block. Then roll both of the included blocks. One block will show which pose to do, and the other shows how many seconds to hold the pose for. The times correspond to the included 15, 30 and 45-second sand timers, and are color coordinated for easy matching. Players must try to do the pose for amount of the time shown. Most of the poses are easy enough for preschoolers, and the fun colorful graphics make it appealing to play. Even 15 seconds can seem like a long time to a 3 year old but it offers a nice challenge and a great way to get little bodies moving.
This is a fun, introductory game for preschoolers to learn yoga poses, and work on strength, balance, and focus. It's not designed to be competitive as children can play alone or with friends. The poses are easy enough for preschoolers, and the fun colorful graphics, and basic animal names make it appealing to play. It offers a nice challenge, and a great way to get little bodies moving.
This kid friendly yoga game is for kids ages 3 years old and up. It's a fun way to introduce yoga to the youngest kids.
Yoga enthusiasts should be aware that this game was designed for children. Some of the poses and their names have been altered for preschoolers. The game comes with 24 yoga pose cards in three levels of difficulty, two blocks to roll, and three sand timers. The sand timers are color coordinated to the block with the times for easy matching. Players must try to do the pose on one block for amount of the time shown on the other block. Even 15 seconds may seem like a long time to a 3 year old but the game offers a nice challenge, and a great way to get little bodies moving. There are no consequences if a child cannot hold the pose. It was designed for fun.
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