This month, I had fun with the monthly theme of the United Kingdom.
Learning about the United Kingdom with your children
I have fond memories of staying with our grandparents in the south of England and visiting other relatives. Also, traveling to different places, I find myself naturally gravitating to the other travelers from the UK.
Picture of me on Worthing beach in England
Here is a collection of resources from this month’s theme on the United Kingdom:
Check out my dear (teacher-author-kids yoga teacher) friend’s, Nicola Preskett, article with cool tidbits about her hometown, London. She has also shared a London-inspired Kids Yoga sequence. Nicola’s first book, Hudson and Me, about the adventures of a little girl and her dog, will be released soon.
A couple other links:
Making a Postbox Bank from Glittering Muffins.
Hope you enjoyed your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations earlier this month. In case you missed it, here’s the Ireland-inspired Kids Yoga sequence based on the flora and fauna of Ireland. You could use the plan anytime during the year!
Picture taken in Ireland by Crystal of Crystal’s Tiny Treasures
My darling parents are avid Scottish Country Dancers. They travel around providing demonstrations to different groups. Teaching Scottish Country Dancing to your children is a great way to have fun, be active, and learn about Scotland.
Picture of my parent’s Scottish Country Dance group at the Celtic Festival in Cuba.
How can you bring the United Kingdom to your home, classroom, or studio? Drop me an email to giselle at kidsyogastories dot com.
One of the Kids Yoga Stories characters is from the south of England (guess why?!) and she will be featured in the next Kids Yoga Stories book set to be released mid-year 2013. Find out about the release date by signing up for the Kids Yoga Stories Newsletter (below).
Off to make a cuppa tea!
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