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A means of solving a problem or dealing with a difficult situation

  • This workout takes approximately 10 Minutes
  • This workout is for students in Grades 2-3
  • Teacher Resources


  • Type:  Stretch
  • Excercise:  Neck Stretch Series
  • Target:  Neck
  • Equipment:  None
Workout guide


1. Stand in NaliniKIDS posture
2. Interlace your fingers and bring your hands behind your head
3. Close your elbows in toward your face
4. Stand up tall — lengthen your spine and puff your chest forward
5. Drop only your head down toward your chest (back stays straight; just your head angles forward)
6. Keeping your elbows steady, gently rock your head side to side (like you’re tracing a necklace)
7. Focus on breath

1. Stand in NaliniKIDS posture
2. Gently rest your right hand on the top of your head
3. Draw your head toward your right shoulder
4. Stand up tall — lengthen your spine and puff your chest forward, stretching down through your left fingertips to feel the stretch on your left side
5. Turn your eye focus up toward the ceiling
6. Hold and focus on breath
7. Gently turn your chin down so you’re looking toward the floor
8. Hold and focus on breath
9. Repeat (right side)


– Hold each stretch for 3-5 breaths


If you have back discomfort or pain:
– Don’t add the weight of your hands to the stretch
– Complete the stretch within your personal range of motion

Icon of a body with vibration lines on the sides of it.

How does your body feel after completing the workout?

Icon of a profile view of a person’s head with a speech bubble where the brain would be.

How does your mind feel after completing the workout?

Icon of a question mark.

What does Solution mean to you in this moment?

Choose from the additional reflection prompts below to customize this lesson and meet the needs of your students and your time constraints. Create a unique workout experience every time you return to this lesson!



Describe a time when you found a solution to a problem in your life.


When you're facing a problem, whom can you go to for support?


Describe a problem you are currently facing (big or small) that you would like to find a solution to in the future.

Real-World Connection


Who is good at solving problems in your family, and why?

Learning Environment

If you are having trouble solving a problem in school, whom can you ask for help?


Describe a problem that your community is trying to solve.

Academic Connection


Write a list of all the people and objects in your life that can help you solve problems.

Social Studies

Describe a problem you hope your current country’s leader will find a solution to.


Choose an animal and describe an adaptation that they use as a solution to an environmental problem they face. (For example: a turtle’s shell is its solution to being eaten by predators.)

Fun Fact

There are 293 ways to make change for a dollar. That’s a lot of solutions!