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Tablets are typically a source of screen time for kids. During screen time the child is still, the eyes hold a fixed gaze, and the image on the screen is moving. So as a teacher and a mom, I’m thrilled to encourage your kids to use the Sing Song Yoga® kids yoga app to transform their screen time into some “music and movement” time.
This whiteboard animation and jingle are a fun way to say the same thing…
When kids move, play and sing they use their brains well.
Building their brains is naturally fun.
Paving the brain roads and making connections
A well-developed brain makes learning easy and fun!
But too often now kids sit with one of these.
Which at times can be a bit of a concern.
So let’s use tablets to get kids moving
So we can see the benefits of moving return
Experts find that yoga helps kids
With focus, awareness, coordination and more.
A kids’ yoga studio on your TV
Find the Sing Song Yoga® App in the App Store.
So have fun encouraging your kids to use their tablets to keep moving! And thanks in advance for sharing this post!
For more information about our program check out www.singsongyoga.com
This entry was posted on Saturday, November 23rd, 2013.
Posted in Benefits of Yoga, Parenting, Sing Song Yoga, Yoga Research.
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Thank you Kathy for sharing your experiences with using the Sing Song Yoga Kids Yoga App with your students! We so appreciate you taking time out of your busy life to do so!
Click on the video below to hear what Kathy has to say about her experiences:
“I’m a reading specialist in an elementary school. I service developing readers grades K-5th. I started using the Sing Song Yoga app this year as a way to transition my students from their regular classroom into the more intense instruction that I give them. For the first few minutes of our thirty minutes together we [do one of the poses]. The students are completely relaxed and very quiet. Then we go into our instruction and I can tell as a result of the Sing Song Yoga that they are much focused and calm and centered. My students enjoy it so much that when we walk… to my classroom… they ask me… what pose are we going to do today? I highly recommend the Sing Song Yoga [Kids Yoga] App to any age elementary student”
Thanks again Kathy!
This entry was posted on Tuesday, November 19th, 2013.
Posted in Benefits of Yoga, Education, Sing Song Yoga.
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Yoga classes for kids are taking off, as advocates say it’s especially helpful for those with focusing problems
A 2003 study by California State University, Los Angeles found that yoga improved students’ behavior, physical health and academic performance, as well as attitudes toward themselves. That same year, Leipzig University reported that yoga reduces feelings of helplessness and aggression, and in the long term helps emotional balance. The benefits of yoga are particularly strong among children with special needs, research shows. (more…)
Children’s Research Institute, Milwaukee, researcher Keri Hainsworth, PhD, is studying yoga as a possible treatment for kids with headache pain. Although studies have been done on adults, this is one of the first to look at yoga and kids. She is following patients through an eight-week study to see if practicing yoga can help reduce stress and lessen the severity and frequency of headaches in kids.
These 3 Studies Show how Yoga Improves Stress Management, Spatial Memory, and Body Control in Children
Scientific research has proven that … no matter how healthy a
child’s body may be, it can always benefit from yoga practice. (more…)