MagneTalk® Yogarilla®

Exercises and Activities Magnetic Board Game

By Megan-Lynette Richmond, M.S., CCC-SLP and Kim Mielke, MSOT, OTR/L

Grades PreK and Up

SKU
SAS144
Rating:
100% of 100
$24.95

Sturdy magnetic board game with 30 fun Yogarilla illustrated tiles. 

Sturdy magnetic board game with 30 fun Yogarilla illustrated tiles. 

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Author(s) Megan-Lynette Richmond, M.S., CCC-SLP and Kim Mielke, MSOT, OTR/L
Topic Auditory Processing, Basic Concepts, Classroom Collaboration, Fine/Gross Motor, Games, Magnetic Items, Motivational, Motor Speech Disorders, Occupational Therapy, Sensory Integration, Social Skills
Brand Super Duper Publications

MagneTalk® Yogarilla®

OTis the Gorilla wants to show you how to form your body into a tree, cricket, bridge, and many more objects with this MagneTalk Yogarilla magnetic game! Children will enjoy working on strength, balance, and motor planning as they imitate OTis doing 15 different yoga poses (30 tiles total).

MagneTalk Yogarilla includes:

  • Sturdy, colorful, magnetic game board (14" x 18").
  • 15 vinyl, magnetic Yogarilla tiles (2½" x 2½").
  • 15 treasure (reinforcement) tiles.
  • game ideas and plastic tote
  • 1-4 players

Create a sequence of three poses on the game board to address motor planning. Everyone will have fun earning treasures or hiding treasures in OTis's nest!

Customer Reviews
  1. Teacher/homeschool/therapist
    Quality
    100%
    These are great. I needed help for breaks when children are over stimulated and they work fantastic. Now, they even ask to do the 'surfer pose'!

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  2. Yogarilla is the best
    Quality
    100%
    My kids love Yogarilla. These magnets allow them to choose the three they want to do during brain breaks. Awesome idea.

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  3. Magna yogarilla
    Quality
    100%
    I have an inter-related classroom with Kdg through 2nd grade. They are all boys, We use Yogarilla as a calming activity when anxiety is high. All of my students are on the Autism spectrum. The students calm and relax after they each choose a position. They get to lead the other students. I have also used it to teach concepts. Such as "palms up". Some did not know where their palms were.
    This has become an alternative to tantrums as well.

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The Standards listed are for reference only. Please refer to your District Standards for specific lesson planning.