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This game is noisy , energetic and contains the challenging Hero Postures . No surprise that this game is so popular. It's a great opportunity to encourage class to help each other in the posture.  


7 -11 years (Year 4 - Year 6) 


 Hero 1, Hero 2, Hero 3 & Hero 4 


Thinking , listening, helping , communicating 


Large dice, 4 signs labelled 1- 4 , Game Card & Posture Card for each Hero posture 


  • Can I be quietly focused in the Hero Postures?
  • Can I help someone improve their posture? 
  • Can I guess the probability of the dice?


Demonstrate the four postures. Number the four corners of the hall with the number cards , 1, 2, 3, & 4

When you call 'Hero' each person decides which corner to go to. For example people who go to Corner 1 come into Hero 1, Corner 2 into Hero 2 and so on.  

Once they are in posture you roll the dice. If , for example, the dice comes up 2 , then the people in Corner 2 are out of the game and sit in the middle of the hall . Thus the game proceeds. 

If you roll a 5 or 6 then anyone who was out of the game is back in. (normally with great cheering!!)

The object is to get out as many people as possible ... but that never happens because of the odds of 5's & 6's coming up. Which is why it's a great way to demonstrate probability. 

Hero postures are challenging, so spend some time before hand exploring ways that children can help others with the postures. You don't need to be a yoga expert for this , it's just simple common sense.

After the game, invite children to compliment those that have helped them in the posture, perhaps showing how they helped.  

If you would like to see more games like this have a look at : Yoga Games to Teach in Schools

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