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  • Mary Roebuck

    classroom ideas

  • JoAnn Leach

    Classroom management- brain breaks

  • Paul Egan

    One way to enhance student learning is giving students opportunities for breaks. Breaks are especially important for active students, like those with ADHD. This explains different ideas for brain breaks. #brainbreaks #classroomideas #education #breaks

  • Christen Warnock

    Three Minute Brain Breaks to use with restless students. These are really good ideas for taking breaks in group therapy with elementary or middle school kiddos.

  • Dale Hawkins

    20 three minute brain break ideas

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