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  • Michelle Reid

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

  • Carol Wilson

    Keep Calm and Teach On: {Brain Break Activity Sticks}

  • E Tyrrell

    choose a stick for a brain break / feed your brain movement activity

  • Brittany McIntyre

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

  • Teresa Knott

    Keep Calm and Teach On: one minute activity sticks for brain breaks

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