Rachel’s Day in the Garden PDF Download (English)

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Spring Colors Yoga Book PDF Download

Join Rachel as she and her adorable puppy look for signs of spring in the garden. Crawl like a caterpillar, buzz like a bee, and flutter like a butterfly. Discover spring, explore movement, and learn the colors of the rainbow! Enjoy this Award-Winning spring yoga book in an interactive PDF download format. Age group: Preschoolers ages 2-5.

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3 reviews for Rachel’s Day in the Garden PDF Download (English)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Brenda D.

    I really enjoyed using Rachel’s Day in the Garden book with a group of toddlers! I run a family resource program for families. We are a charitable organization that provides services free to families with children newborn to 6 years. They really enjoyed the story that I projected up onto the wall and then use their yoga mats, towels, to do the poses along with Rachel. I think the parents and myself included were surprised at how well they did.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sue P.

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    I’ve read Rachel’s Day in the Garden to my daughter several times and she loves it. It encourages her to point things out things she rachels-day-in-the-garden4-400recognizes such as dog, a bee, a rainbow, tree’s and flowers. I love the book because it’s helping her better learn her colors all while having the chance to teach her some great yoga poses. She already loves to exercise, and Lord knows she doesn’t stop moving, so it’s been fun to show her the yoga pose pictures in the book and practice them together. She even got into Locust pose the other day and said, “Mama! Look! I exercising!” Being a huge yoga and exercise lover myself, it makes me incredibly proud and happy to see her following in my footsteps at such an early age. At the end of the book there’s a list of all the yoga poses that are used throughout the book, which has been a great way for her and I to practice one or two poses at a time.

    I love finding new great reads for my daughter, especially ones that touch upon so many wonderful topics, including the outdoors and movement; two things that are very near and dear to my mine and my husband’s hearts. So would I recommend Rachel’s Day in the Garden to other mom’s? Absolutely! I think the book is brilliant and beautifully done. The illustrations are vibrant, it’s a cute read and it promotes being active outdoors. I’m thrilled to have added this book to my daughter’s growing collection, and I’m looking forward to continuing reading it regularly with her and allowing it to help me teach her more about movement and yoga.

    Sue Parke Blog

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sarah C.

    Blog review

    When I first read through this book I was skeptical that it could hold any interest for my toddler and kindergarten aged kids. On the surface, a yoga book sounds like a great idea, but this one seemed too complicated with all the yoga poses and colors and signs of spring piled into a kids book. Shouldn’t it just focus on one thing? Admittedly, when I received the book with a request to review it I had less than high hopes for it.

    Boy was I wrong!

    I read Rachel’s Day in the Garden to my kids and to my astonishment they were immediately bewitched by the charming character of Rachel and her adorable dog as they demonstrated one simple yoga pose after another while exploring a garden brimming with color and life. Ah, springtime…what a lovely time to be a curious and energetic child.

    And that is when the brilliance of this book hit me.

    The author very cleverly combines elements of colors and cues in the environment to help kids focus as they bend and twist into simple poses. This made memorizing the poses easier and more fun. Through word association my kids were quickly remembering poses and then putting them together in different flows. My kids were excitedly flipping through pages and taking turns trying to figure out how to shape shift into a sturdy tree or a curious bird, a wiggling caterpillar, or a buzzing bee. As a parent this was quite a sight to behold; my kids cooperating, exploring movement and learning new things all while laughing and having fun.

    I was impressed.

    The design of the book is bright and inviting with a feeling of animation. The pictures are bright and engaging, the text is bold and large for beginning readers to follow along, and the instructions for the poses are simple and easy to follow along, even for a non yoga novice such as myself. In the back of the book is an index of poses to study more closely as well as a Parent-Teacher guide to help facilitate conversations and guide lessons.

    We have had this book for a week and have read about 100 times. If you have small kids at home itching to learn new things, squirming to get their bodies moving, and curious to explore the world around them then Rachel’s Day in the Garden: A Kids Yoga Spring Colors Book by Giselle Shardlow is an excellent choice.

    Housewife Plus Blog

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