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  • Victoria Anderson

    SLPs & Teachers check it out: Brain Breaks for the Classroom! - I actually like the look of this for home - for both me and the kids.

  • Jessica Glickman

    pick a "brain break" for when the kids need to get energy out and refocus - Classroom Management

  • Bethany Zimmerman

    A lot of classroom ideas for organization

  • Calah Osborn

    brain breaks and lots of other good teaching ideas for full time teachers and subs. :)

  • Laura Falone

    Kids working hard? How about a #brainbreak? #ImpactTeacher

  • Tara

    3rd Grade Thoughts: whole brain teaching- Brain Break Sticks

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Brain Breaks For The Classroom. This pack is HUGE with 52 brain breaks AND an editable file to add your own!

Brain Breaks For ANY Grade! Get your students movin' and groovin' to get the wiggles out. You'll motivate them to learn by doing these quick and easy breaks in your class. I saw amazing results as soon as I started using these!

This 16 page file includes 36 brain breaks to do with your students. Detailed instructions and photos are included. Print the labels and glue them ...

Even if you are already using brain breaks with your students, you will want to check out these 60 brain break cards. Every brain break was selected to get kids out of their seats an moving. They are quick and super fun. Lots of new ideas too! $

I love her brain break video clips!...If you play these vids you will easily be the coolest teacher in the building!

brain breaks, could be used for adults too. may put this in my planner - anything to stay focused!

Brain Breaks....great idea for academically heavy days!

brain breaks- individual circles you can mount on popsicle sticks and pull at any time for fun transitions, stretches, focusing activities and/or get-up-and-go ideas!

Would not do the rolling of die as stated- but would make changes work into preschool setting... Breaks duing circle time?