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  • Claire Campbell

    24 YouTube brain break videos

  • Lynn Burrows

    Teacher's blog site where she has already downloaded videos. Fight against fidgeting using these 24 YouTube videos that are perfect for brain breaks!

  • Diana Nazari

    Good resource of brain breaks for primary classrooms

  • Mandy Saxby

    Even middle school teachers have to fight against fidgeting! These 24 YouTube videos that are perfect for brain breaks!

  • Michelle Zuniga-QueenLaTeacha

    A Turn to Learn: Fight Against Fidgeting! Youtube videos for brainbreaks

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