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How Yoga links to the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF)

Yoga plays a significant role in fostering a sense of community, cooperation and empathy.

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One of the great advantages of incorporating Yoga into Early Childhood Education is the way it improves social and personal development in children. The EYLF emphasises the importance of social and personal development, encouraging children to build positive relationships, develop a sense of self, and foster respect for others. 

Yoga plays a significant role in these areas by fostering a sense of community, cooperation and empathy. Through partner poses and group activities, children learn to communicate, collaborate and support one another. 

Yoga nurtures self-confidence, self-esteem and a positive body image. This inspires children to embrace their uniqueness and develop a strong sense of awareness and self identity, even at a young age. 

Another key aspect of the EYLF is fostering cultural competence and respect for diversity. Yoga provides an ideal platform for introducing children to various cultures, traditions and world perspectives. Incorporating yoga poses inspired by different animals, nature and global elements allows children to explore different cultural elements in a respectful and inclusive manner. This exposure promotes curiosity, appreciation and understanding of diverse backgrounds, nurturing a sense of community and friendship between children. 

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