being MVP: Super Duper Publications: Yogarilla & Giveaway!

Super Duper Publications: Yogarilla & Giveaway!



My cousin reviewed Yogarilla with her daughter Ashlynn and here are her thoughts:



My daughter received Yogarilla, a deck of 55 illustrated yoga cards which come in a lunchbox style tin.  The cards are designed for ages 3 and up, and my daughter is four and a half.  My daughter sees me doing my own yoga, and she’s always interested to join in and try the poses.  I encourage her to do so because I believe the practice of yoga to be beneficial, but she tends to lose interest after a short time.  



When we received the Yogarilla cards, I was excited because this makes the practice of yoga more fun for children.  Yoga becomes more engaging with Yogarilla because each card has two different activities your child can do that relate to the pose.  The cards themselves are very sturdy and durable.  They are large, 6” x 8”.  Each card features a cute illustration of Otis the gorilla doing the pose.   Each card includes step by step directions for the pose.





Some of the cards include a ‘challenge’ where children can extend the pose to make it more challenging by adding another component, very much like a real yoga class.  This will be great as my daughter gets older, we can continue to use the cards.  This is also perfect for families like ours with more than one child, who are of different ages, because the younger child and older sibling can both participate at varying degrees of difficulty.  I really like this feature because so many of my daughter’s games are too advanced for baby brother and I find myself always telling her to save certain activities for his naptime. My favorite part about the Yogarilla cards was that  each card offers  adaptations, where the child can add a rolled up towel if they are unable to support themselves independently in that pose, or if they are unable  to complete the pose there will be an easier version.  This is important for children to feel successful, because I know that my daughter tends to get frustrated and give up if she feels  like something is too difficult for her.   




There are some cards which require a partner to complete the pose.   The activities are great because they incorporate a child’s imagination and allow them to think creatively, for example, on the Superhero card, the activity asks “What would you change if you were a superhero? How would you help people? What would your uniform look like? What would be your special power?”  Many of the adaptations incorporate physical activity, which is important to me since we live in an apartment, my kids are unable to go outside and play unless we get in the car and drive to the park, so I’m always looking for fun ways to get them moving at home.  For example, the Dancer card asks you to make up a new dance and perform it for your partner.  The boat pose card asks you to pretend you have oars and are rowing down a river. 




 My daughter is very goofy and silly and she loves the Yogarilla cards because they allow her to express her wacky side and get the wiggles out!  My daughter loves role play activities and pretty much anything make-believe, so the ‘pretend you’re an animal’ activities are right up her alley!  The Yogarilla cards would be perfect for a rainy day when you’re stuck inside, or if you’re like us, and you’re often stuck at home because baby brother is taking a nap.  As a former teacher, I can also imagine how the Yogarilla cards would be an excellent addition to a classroom, since they incorporate the multiple intelligences.  




Yogarilla is a fun way to teach children to relax and focus on their breathing, while at the same time offering a creative outlet for social communication. The deck even includes a guide to the extension activities, a helpful resource to parents/teachers when looking to focus on a particular skill set.  As a classroom teacher, this would be a great class activity because you can split your class into groups, or partners, and distribute the deck.  








I love these activities because you can just do a few cards, if you only have a few minutes.  It’s nice to have that option, because I feel like so many of my daughter’s games have a certain time required to finish the game.  Yogarilla is wonderful because it’s adaptable in pretty much every way conceivable.  
 

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47 comments:

  1. I like that they also have mobile apps for their products

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  2. I love the mobile apps. My daughter is much more interested in using a tablet or phone, so this would be perfect for her.

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  3. I like that they have an overstock sale section.

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  4. I learned that they have free apps on their website like Super Duper
    Age Calculator App ----- Pauline aka Paol Trenny ….. emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

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  5. they have handy handouts for parents & educators

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  6. They offer free shipping on order of $20 or more. They have alot of fun learning games for kids.

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  7. I learned that they offer free shipping to either the US or Canada for an order over $20, and they offer a 90 day return policy on most items

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  8. i learned that they have a ton of fun products for toddlers & pre-k kiddos!! thanks for the great giveaway!!
    beth c

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  9. I learned they have a few cool free things on their website like an age calculator, and handy handouts :D

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  10. I learned that they have free shipping!

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  11. I learned that they have free shipping. I love their items

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  12. I learned that Sharon and Thomas Webber founded Super Duper Publications in 1986 with two products and two types of stickers.

    colljerr at comcast dot net

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  13. I learned that they have tons of fun learning materials for kids. They have free shipping as well!

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  14. I learned that you can order products in 4 ways: online, by mail, by fax or by phone!

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  15. My grandson is having a difficult time with speech development. I learned they have a great program for this called Hear It! Say It! Learn It! .

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  16. Great way to help child learn

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  17. They publish materials for speech language pathologists and special educators.

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  18. I learned they have some great learning apps available on their site

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  19. I learned that they have products for autism too

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  20. I like the Ring Bling Following Directions Game.

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  21. coreybrennan26@hotmail.com
    Most of their publications are available in English and Spanish.

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  22. i appreciate the free helps and handouts they offer
    thank you!
    *kelly
    kelly-tillotson@hotmail.com

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  23. they offer free shipping to either the US or Canada on order over $20

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  24. i learned that the have products designed for kids with autism - i have a son with a developmental disability with some autistic tendencies and i love that there is a section with prodcts designed for kids with autism
    jenny lloyd

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  25. I learned about the Free Section
    Thanks for the chance

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  26. I learned that I can create a wish list on the website, that will really come in handy as I find things I think my daughter would like and I can go back and order from that list!

    Jessica Eaton Ledford
    cherriesjessilee at gmail dot com

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  27. I learned that they have Free Shipping and lots of nice products!

    Deborah

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  28. They have great free handouts for teachers and parents!

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  29. They publish materials for speech language pathologists

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  30. They have a whole section of materials especially for children with autism. That's really neat!

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  31. I like Sentence Fill-in Fun Deck

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  32. They have been in business for over 27 years!

    tamilynn59@yahoo.com

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  33. They have a line of products for autism.

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  34. I learned that they have 4 ways to order and free shipping

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  35. I learned that they have free apps

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  36. They have free shipping on orders of $20+.

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  37. I learned that they have products geared towards autisim.

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  38. I'd love one of their prize treasure chests!

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  39. Ring Bling
    Following Directions
    Game

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  40. I learned that Sharon and Thomas Webber founded Super Duper Publications in 1986.

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