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Californian kids take online yoga classes to stay healthy amid pandemic


As Californians are asked to stay at home and schools are closed, some preschools are using online tools to keep the kids active and connected. Little Beans Preschool in Berkeley is offering yoga classes to all its students twice a week.

Added on the 01/04/2020 20:22:07 - Copyright : AFP EN

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