Early Years Sun Game(Code: SS1)

Early Years  Sun Game(Code: SS1)

£15.99 (Printed Version)

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Early Years Sun Game is a sequence that has been developed specifically for children in nursery and reception classes ( i.e  children from 3 to 5 years old); yet is also suitable for Special Needs Children with:

  • Autism
  • ADHD
  • Cerebral Palsey
  • Children who can stand with assistance

It is a simple, safe, achievable and fun introduction to Sun Sequence and will lead easily into transition to Full Standing Sun Sequence for Years 1 to Year 6 (6 -11 years)

This sequence will also be a rich resource to: 

  • Primary school teachers, Teaching Assistants, and Special Needs Workers
  • Parents who want to encourage their children to practise yoga.
  • Specialist Children's Yoga Teachers

You do not need any prior yoga knowledge to teach any of the postures or sequences.

A2 Printed Poster 

  • The posters are colourful, beautifully illustrated and easy to follow.
  • Available in A2 (420mm x 594mm) and printed on top quality Silk Art and laminated for a longer life.
  • Priced @£15.99 each + postage

Download Available

This poster is also available as and A4 downloadable version for you to print.



For your peace of mind we offer our Guarantee of Quality. This means that if you are not completely satisfied with the quality of your Early Years Sun Game poster, you can return it in good condition and we will give you a full refund. 





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by Sarah Rush on 25.07.2013

Really useful resource when working with children with additional needs


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