We present a selection of Embodied Design Techniques for designers in Full-Body Interaction working with children. These techniques build on well-known design strategies within the Human-Computer Interaction community and provide a different perspective than they have been used in other research contexts. They specifically focus on the notion of embodied awareness and situatedness and how co-designers can make use of their bodies as mediators to ideate and express design ideas. This selection is an outcome of the research project Evaluation Driven Design that was funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (Grant TIN2014-60599-P).