"Shape Stretches" is all over stretching while standing. Incorporating different geometry terms, children are encouraged to make lines, triangles, and polygons. This was the most liked part of the video for us.
Next "Counting Calisthenics" has us counting with odd, even, prime numbers, and more as we add calisthenics to our exercise routine.
"Pattern Power" teaches repeating patterns while doing mini exercise combinations. This includes some floor exercises and stomach crunches. There are some yoga poses here, but they are not called such.
"Well-Being Wind down" includes some positive sayings about health and some exercises, while cooling down and relaxing.
This is over all a basic children's exercise video. I would not encourage people to buy it if they are just looking for a math supplement. It does incorporate some basic math, but to get the most out of it you have to read the screen. Those who can read it, probably already know it. Most items on the screen are mentioned during the exercise, but not all of it.
My children do enjoy the video. It is fun, and it did help that one of the characters in the video has the same name as one my boys. They follow along the best they can. I think a little more could have been taught as to form. It is probably more copy and do and I had trouble with one child not doing the exercises properly. It might be wise to supervise children the first time doing the video to make sure they don't injure themselves.
This video is great to get children moving and off the couch. There are not that many exercise videos geared at children. I commend the effort to get children moving. There is also a second video in this series available that was not previewed.
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