How to Teach Mindful Breathing through Sensory Play! - Metta Play Bilingual Cards

How to Teach Mindful Breathing through Sensory Play!

Are you ready to turn yoga into a fun and playful activity for your tiny humans? Let's dive into how to teach them yoga through sensory play! Deep breathing can be tricky for little ones to learn, but don't worry - we've got a fun solution!

Get ready for Bubble Painting! All you need is water, dish soap, paint, straws, paper, and containers.

Pour everything into a big container and mix it up. Then, pop in some straws and start blowing bubbles like crazy! You can use big straws, small straws, or even double straws to make the biggest bubbles ever!

The key is to make the exhales visible, so practice blowing bubbles with all your might. And don't forget to have fun while doing it!

Once you're done with your bubbly masterpiece, you can stamp a piece of paper on top of the bubbles to make a unique pattern, or let it dry to reveal a beautiful work of art.

Who says yoga and mindfulness can't be playful? With sensory play, your tiny humans will learn important skills while having fun and making memories.

If you're looking for a tool that incorporates play and yoga, check out Metta Play bilingual yoga cards here Did you know that each pack comes with 15 poses in English and another language, with a guidebook that has 12 play ideas?



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