Learning opposite words is such an abstract concept for young children!
I remember having some opposite word flashcards when my daughter was a toddler. But she wasn’t particularly interested in looking at them. However, adding movement helped to make the concept of opposites more concrete.
If you’re looking to teach your children about opposites, while also having some fun learning through movement, check out these yoga poses for kids below.
Opposite Words Yoga Poses for Kids
These six yoga poses below practice three sets of opposite words. Feel free to use your creativity and add your own opposite poses, as well. Or check out our Opposite Yoga Cards for Kids for ten sets of opposite words.
Opposite set #1: Forward/Backward
Opposite set #2: Straight/Bent
Opposite set #3: Up/Down
Check Out Our Opposites Yoga Cards for Kids
Learn opposites such as forward and backward, above and below, and front and back through colorful and engaging yoga positions.
Download these Opposites Yoga Cards to learn through movement in your home, classroom, or studio.
The deck includes an index card, pose instructions, 20 yoga pose cards, and 20 matching opposites cards.
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Opposite Yoga Poses for Kids
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