Free Kids Yoga Cards

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Download 10 free yoga cards for children (A4 21 x 29 cm PDF) and introduce them to this discipline in a playful way.

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Would you like to enjoy the benefits of yoga with your family, with your students or during your yoga classes for children?

We offer 10 yoga cards in PDF format for free download, to introduce the youngest to this beautiful discipline of yoga that will strengthen them on a physical, emotional and spiritual level.

Why Yoga cards for children in PDF?

Yoga for kids may seem like a difficult task to teach; but it doesn't have to be, as there are many ways to teach yoga to kids in a fun and playful way; among them, we have a simple way, the attractive and beautifully illustrated yoga cards that you can get for free on this page.

These children's yoga cards in PDF format will be a very practical, easy and fun way to teach yogic postures to the little ones, whether they are beginners or experienced.

If your child is in daycare, garden or school, with the yoga cards to print, they will be able to create entertaining group activities. On the other hand, if you want to practice yoga postures at home, these yoga cards will also be very useful for you as a parent.

We recommend that for the more complicated yoga poses, children be guided by an adult to help them perform these poses correctly and thus avoid any injury.

What are the poses that make up the 10-pack of yoga cards PDF for kids?

The file consists of 20 pages to be printed in large a4 format with 10 pages on the front side displaying the attractive illustration of the posture and 10 pages on the back side with the explanation of how to achieve each of them.

Among the Yogas postures that your children can learn, you will find :

Candle (Sarvangasana)

Lie down on your back. Place your hands on your lower back. Push your legs up toward the sky and lift your buttocks off the ground. Bring your elbows together while keeping your hands on your lower back. Imagine that you are as straight as a candle and that your feet are the candle’s flame. Hold this pose for ten long, deep breaths.

Camel (Ustrasana)

Lower your knees onto the floor. Place your hands on your buttocks and extend your spine. Then, tilt backwards and try to put your hands on your heels while keeping your thighs perpendicular to the ground. You can curl your toes under to make this easier. Hold this pose for five long, deep breaths.

Stick (Dandasana)

Sit upright, with your legs straight out in front of you. Keep your thighs, knees, ankles and toes as close together as possible. Stretch your toes toward the ceiling. Place your palms flat on the floor on either side of your hips, with your fingers pointing toward your legs. Keep your elbows straight, chest lifted, head and neck upright and gaze straight ahead.

Caterpillar (Anhatasana)

Get down on all fours and rest your forehead on the floor, stretching your arms forward. Keep your thighs perpendicular to the floor and crawl like a caterpillar. Stay in this pose for five long, deep breaths.


Imagine a posture that looks like a pyramid and build it, using all of the participants in the game as building blocks. Be Creative!

Folded leaf

Choose a partner. Put yourself in the posture of the pebble (sitting on your heels with your forehead to the ground). Have your partner sit at your feet. Have him or her release their back, shoulders and head onto your back. Hold this pose for ten long, deep breaths. Then swap roles.

Upward Extended Feet Pose (Urdhva Prasarita pradasana)

Lie on the floor on your back with your arms lying flat next to your body, raise both legs and keep your thighs, knees, ankles and toes together and your knees straight.

Bridge (Urdhva Dhanurasana)

Lay on your back. Bring your heels close to your buttocks and place your hands flat next to your ears with your fingers toward your feet. Push on your feet and hands to lift your pelvis and shoulders off the ground. While in the pose, completely relax your head. Hold this pose for three long, deep breaths.

Prayer (Pranamasana)

Standing with your legs hip-width apart, as you inhale, bring your hands together in front of your chest and close your eyes imagining that you are greeting those around you with a beautiful smile. Stay in this pose for ten long, deep breaths. Then open your eyes and repeat three times.

Chair (Utkatasana)

Sit in the center of the chair with your feet together on the floor. Raise your arms up to the sky, bring your knees together and lift yourself off the seat in order to draw a chair with your body. Your knees should be bent, so you should only lift a few centimeters off the chair. A hint for you to maintain strength and balance in your legs, is to keep your abdomen very active. Duration: one to three breaths.

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Fun Ideas for Using Yoga Cards

Our yoga cards are not just any cards, they're an opportunity to engage your kids' imagination and creativity while introducing them to the benefits of yoga.

Here are some fun ideas on how to use the cards:

Story: create a story with the different characters and animals on the cards and invite your children to do the postures individually or in groups.

Mystery bag: keep some of the postures in a bag and have your kids pick a card at random to present to the rest of the group.

Yoga stations: mark out a space and create stations where your children can do specific postures, sounds, and movements.

Guess who I am: take turns calling out the characteristics of the posture and have the rest of the group guess which one it is.

Discover their names: use the cards to encourage your children to start the reading and writing process by identifying each letter and deciphering the posture's name.

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