Yogis and teachers like to teach about gratitude and being thankful this time of year. We create classes and activities that are based on these concepts. While we do try to show gratitude and be thankful all year round, I love that this class can be used to do just that. I taught it for the last few weeks to the preschoolers and modified it for the school age kids. I’m going to make sure to do this one at least once a season, we can never show too much gratitude for what we have and can always use the reminder.
you trees! If you need a friend to help, put your hand palm to palm with someone next to you.” Say “thank you friend!”
up on elbows and ask kids, “what do we need to grow healthy & strong?” Food! “Think about your favorite food that makes you healthy and strong.” Mine is avocados, I’m putting that in my basket and say “thank you avocados!” Kids get to share their favorites and say “thank you _____”.
11) Relaxation: We think about those who we love and who we are thankful for. Thinking about all the things this person does for you and why you are thankful for them.