It is almost Thanksgiving here in the United States!
Thanksgiving is generally a time for getting together with family and friends to share meals and play games. It can be a busy time of the year with lots of planning and cooking.
Another great way to celebrate Thanksgiving is through movement and storytelling. This is a perfect activity to bring calm to your hectic days.
We have been living in United States for almost eight years and have been enjoying the spectacular landscapes of this diverse country. We are very grateful for the opportunity to live in this beautiful country. Join me in giving thanks to nature through yoga poses for kids.
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Thanksgiving Yoga sequence
Enjoy this Thanksgiving Yoga sequence inspired by the book, Thank You, World, where we give thanks to nature. You could start each pose by saying “I am grateful for …”. Feel free to add your own ideas, but notice that the sequence is in a yoga flow to make it easier to move from one kids yoga pose to the next.
I am grateful for the …
What are you grateful for?
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Thanksgiving Yoga Poses for Kids
Thanksgiving Books for Kids
I’d love to share our favorite books that my 5-year-old daughter and I read together at Thanksgiving. We took out loads of thankful books from the library, but these four books were our favorite:
|Bear Says Thanks
by Karma Wilson & Jane Chapman
|The Thankful Book
by Todd Parr
by Eileen Spinelli & Archie Preston
by Mercer Mayer
Other Thanksgiving Links
|Gratitude Yoga Sequence||Gratitude Yoga|
|Thanksgiving Coloring Page||Teaching Gratitude to Children|
Popular Yoga Books for Kids
You might like our popular yoga books for kids to add to your kids yoga toolkit this holiday season:
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