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Energizing brain breaks help students to refresh, recharge, regenerate and refocus!

Penguin Song by The Learning Station: This action, dance song is great for brain breaks, indoor recess, morning meeting and circle time. It's also a great addition to your theme on winter. It's ideal for preschool - lower elementary.

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Brain Breaks

Brain Breaks and why your students really need them! (+ many free printable brain breaks)

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10 Cool & Creative Candle Designs That Will Light Your Heart On Fire

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Superhero themed brain breaks. Have kiddos imagine being superheroes when performing brain breaks! Pink Oatmeal

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Brain Breaks

Brain Breaks For ANY Grade!

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Brain Breaks

These brain breaks are great ways to keep students engaged and to get the classroom energy back up if students start to lose interest with an activity.

*Mrs. Bainbridge's Class*: A "HANDY" Way to Learn About Texture Freebie!

Free!! We love writing these brain breaks every month and the feedback from all of you has been fantastic. It makes our day to hear that these activities are helping your students with the three R's: Recharge - these brain breaks are for movement. Use these when your kids need to MOVE! Refocus - these are brain breaks that involve concentration like meditation and controlled movement. Refresh - these brain breaks will engage your students' minds in fun activities that will make them smile.