Breathing exercises should always start with the lightest breathing exercises. It will be a kind of warm-up, and you can gradually move on to more complex. The result of these exercises will increase respiration and normalization of the rhythm of the inhalation and exhalation. A child must be taught to breathe when the mouth is closed, through the nose, and then Vice versa. The breath should be deep and exhale long. It is important to monitor the level of fatigue of the child, eliminate the tension of shoulders and neck, no need to stoop. Very effectively to carry out breathing exercises to music.

To the child it was interesting and he is less tired, you can exercise to build in the form of games. Consider the basic applied game techniques.


Of small cotton pieces, make small balls and place them on the table. The child should offer to submit themselves "breeze" to blow "snow". It must be done so that the "snow" slowly move to the other side of our "snow clearing".


Put before the child, for example, a basin filled with water, and it was blue, "Navy", ships which will ordinary paper cutting, although that would make the game more entertaining, you can cut, something really similar to ships. Then ask the child, slowly inhaling to blow on "the boat", so that would ferry the entire "flotilla" to the other side.


It's very simple, get a whistle or any children's musical instrument and when the wind blows, the longer the better. The kids loved it.


In this game to do often play themselves. Although many parents consider it self-indulgence, and it is forbidden to do it. Although this is the wrong approach because this game is an effective breathing exercise. All you need is a straw - the straw and the Cup filled with water. You must explain to the child that the exhalation should be slow and the bubbles have "bubbling" as long as possible. You can add to the game a competitive element that will enhance its effectiveness.


Light a candle and ask the child gently blow on the burning candle so as not to extinguish it, but simply to force the flame to be deflected. The longer and more careful the child will blow, the better.

 "Hocus pocus"

It's a fun game with a small cotton piece that develops the pronunciation of the sound [R]. Put the cotton wool the baby on the tip of the nose and offer to pull the language, turning down the tip up and then to blow on cotton wool, so that she flew away.

Using those not-so-clever techniques, you will turn lessons breathing exercises in an interesting and entertaining game, and the child will always be glad of a "indulge" and the result will not keep itself waiting.