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    • Sandra Bucciol

      Classroom management activities: I Like to Move it, Move it! [ORIGINAL] Great for when you need a wiggle break.

    • Kenzie Bixler

      Brain break! I Like to Move it, Move it! [ORIGINAL] Great for when you need a wiggle break.

    • Amy Walsh Culligan

      I Like to Move it, Move it! [ORIGINAL] Great for when you need a wiggle break. Or if I need a break :)

    • Leah Puroff

      Brainbreak!!! I Like to Move it, Move it! [ORIGINAL] Great for when you need a wiggle break.

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    I Like to Move it, Move it! [ORIGINAL] Great for when you need a wiggle break.

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    Set up classroom transitions to music that happen automatically on your computer. Keeps you on time while also providing fun transitions for students! What a good way to stay on schedule!!!

    holds students accountable for their actions and prevents them from telling their parents they "don't know" why they moved their clip.

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