Children’s yoga

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Yoga at Ripe Nursery School
Hi my name is Gemma and I run YogaBee & YogaBee_KarmaClassrooms, I believe that everybody should have access to the many benefits of yoga and mindfulness.
Last term I started to practise yoga with your children at Ripe Nursery and they are born yogis.
Yoga is beneficial to children in many ways. Because children encounter emotional, social, and physical challenges or conflicts, a dedicated and intentional yoga practice that includes breathing techniques, behavioural guidelines, and physical postures can be incredibly valuable for them.
Yoga is something children can practice anywhere and that the breathing, the concentration, the poses, and the way children learn to act or react to situations, will lead to constant self-discovery and inquisitiveness.
By practicing yoga poses, children can learn how to exercise, develop confidence, and concentrate better.
Balance is a key element of yoga. Balancing poses were created to promote mental and physical poise, as mental clarity and stability emerge from the effort of trying the poses. Even if a child has difficulty standing on one foot, she learns mental and physical balance if she can stay calm when she falls and when she gets up to try again. As children learn to improve their physical balance, they will be filled with a sense of accomplishment. Coordination is also closely tied to balance and promotes overall dexterity.
So if you see your little one in ‘frog’ or ‘pebble’ or even ‘hedgehog’, I encourage getting on the floor with them and letting them teach you what they have learnt.
Love and Light Gemma

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THE CHILDREN ENJOYING SAVASANA

Gemma Burleton YogaBee, Laughton, East Sussex. 07794 689985 yogabeeuk@gmail.com www.yogabee.club

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Welcome to the Ripe Nursery School Blog!

Welcome to the Nursery School blog.  We will be adding items here which we hope will be interesting and useful.  If you have a request for a topic for us to cover here, please do get in touch!

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Miss Katherine’s Crumble Recipe

We had a great time picking blackberries and making mini crumbles!   Here is the recipe we used.

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2lb cooking apples (we used blackberries as well)

6oz flour

2oz demerara sugar

3oz butter

Place the flour and sugar in a large bowl and mix well. Taking a few cubes of butter at a time, rub into the flour mixture. Keep rubbing until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs.

Butter an ovenproof dish. Spoon the fruit mixture into the bottom, then sprinkle the crumble mixture on top.

Bake in the oven at 180C until the crumble is browned and the fruit mixture bubbling.

Serve with thick cream or custard.

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Resources

Useful resources for helping your children learn at home will appear here

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