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  • Michelle Reid

    activity sticks- little brain breaks while learning or feeling bored- classroom management!

  • Sarah Letts

    Brain break activity stick idea!! SO making these... wow I sure have a lot of projects!

  • Laura Wingard

    brain break sticks- this is such a good idea to help wake kids up and get them back on track with fun, one minute activities. Love it!

  • Kendall Ginsburg

    KMG-1 minute activities to get the kids up and moving :-) Sometimes they just need a break! This is such a wonderful idea for young students, especially kindergarteners. This would be a great idea for the students to come pick one out of the bucket for the class and then we can all participate together. Also, at the beginning of the year, I have the students come up with these break ideas with me, so that way I will know that they will enjoy the brain breaks throughout the day.

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

Brain breaks...LOVE some of these ideas to get the kids up and moving when they start to get wiggly

1 minute activities to get the kids up and moving :-) Sometimes they just need a break!

Love this.... I used 5-4-3-2-1 with a fourth grade class last semester. There were too many students to do jumping jacks, so we shook out each hand then each foot. So, it was a 5-5-5-5, 4-4-4-4-, get the picture. They loved it, and it helped them get refocused.

Make your own Move to Learn dice games. Add each activity on a chart and roll when students get sluggish! #teachers #mississippi

Brain Break Sticks: I don't teach but I can see this being good for me during work. Sometimes you just need a break from the computer screen. Might as well get in some type of workout in.