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Where the Wild Things Are

Maurice Sendak

The progression of poses in this book will help to bring children to a calm and focused place.

It begins with  big movements, to help release energy, then slowly progresses to calm and controlled movements.

Put on Max’s wolf suit and send the fluffy tail up to the sky – remember to do both sides!

Place hands on Max’s hungry tummy.

Start to grow the forest as a tiny seed.

Slowly grow into the forest – remember to do both sides.

Feel the world all around.

Climb into the boat, and gently rock knees side-to-side as the ocean rocks the boat.

Sail for almost over a year.

Roar a terrible roar, then lift your terrible claws.

“BE STILL!”

Reach up to hold the king’s crown.

Then bow down to the king.

Dance to the moon.

Swing on the vines.

March in place, carrying Max up high.

“Now stop!”

Smell good things to eat.

Climb into the boat, and gently rock knees side-to-side as the ocean rocks the boat.

Find hot food waiting for Max, and snuggle into the warmth of home.

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