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  • N&Y

    Brain Breaks great ideas

  • Heather Nelson

    Brain Breaks...every classroom should have this poster! Love it! Brain Gym!! :)

  • Eric Ziemba

    Brain Breaks...every classroom should have this poster! Taking a break is an important tool for classroom management. Elementary students will work hard for you, but need to be rewarded with some sort of physical stimulation or game. This chart gives great ideas to get students moving around when you actually want them too!

  • Carol Anderson

    Free printable for Brain Breaks - roll a die for each column and perform the brain break. Great for in school for quick movement breaks or indoor recess. (Good idea for kids with ADHD)

  • Erica Fox


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