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Last Minute Breaks

Brain Break Sticks: I don't teach but I can see this being good for me during work. Sometimes you just need a break from the computer screen. Might as well get in some type of workout in.

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Mini-Lessons Teen Relevant & Editable Middle & High School English Language Arts

Mini-Lessons for Middle & High School Language Arts. Use these ten customizable, standards-based mini-lessons at the beginning, middle, or end of class – plus, most can be extended for a full class. They are designed to last from 15-45 minutes each. These lessons are excellent hooks, discussion starters, rewards, re-engagement strategies, brain breaks, extended bellringers …. Plus, they are print and go ready with step-by-step teacher's directions and tips. Learning targets are included.

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Top 5 Locations For An Ideal Last Minute Break

Charles Bridge - Prague hdr by on @deviantART

from Minds in Bloom

20 Three-Minute Brain Breaks

Love this.... I used 5-4-3-2-1 with a fourth grade class last semester. There were too many students to do jumping jacks, so we shook out each hand then each foot. So, it was a 5-5-5-5, 4-4-4-4-, get the picture. They loved it, and it helped them get refocused.

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5 Halloween Makeup Tips

We’ve finally made it! No, not to midterms or Thanksgiving break, but to the greatest month of all time. That’s right, October. The month of pumpkin spice latte

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30 Quick Games and Brain Breaks

30 Quick Games & Brain Breaks Packed up too early? Have a spare 5 minutes before the bell goes? Students need a quick brain break? Here are 30 Quick Games you can use in the classroom that require little to no equipment. Perfect for a last minute filler or for a relief teacher / substitute teacher!