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This pack contains double sided break cards that can be used as a whole class pack or print off multiple packs, one for each student. - Contains 35 different strategies students can use when dysregulated to assist them to return to feeling happy, calm and ready for learning. - One side has a visual/picture and basic wording of the tool. The other side has more detailed instructions for the teacher, classroom aide, or an older student to read. It is not essential that students are able to read
⭐⭐Motivate and engage your students with these fun no games that require little or no preparation. Perfect for Morning Meeting activities⭐⭐✅Fun Friday games, rewards and brain breaks, this NO-PREP game bundle is highly motivating for your students.✅From time to time, as relief teachers we will go to a classroom and find that there is no lesson plan waiting. If you are familiar with the subject at hand, you can typically use the textbook as a basis for a lesson about the topic currently being tau
Isn't it tough to squeeze in Social Studies and Science along with all the other things we have to teach? Wouldn't you like to get the children moving as part of their learning?Why use Science and Social Studies Brain Breaks? Research tells us that moving as part of the learning experience will enhance learning. Plus, research shows kids need to move at least every 15 minutes.How it works: Each brain break describes a science situation or a social studies situation for children to act out. What’
Calming brain breaks for children who need a break from the task. Clear visuals. Uses Yoga ideas of noticing things and of calm breathing. Would work great in a calm corner. Breathing exercises, Sensory regulation, calming breath exercises, calm down time and in class fidgets. All as illustrated task cards. Great for setting up new calm corners. I recognise setting up a calm corner can be expensive so have included some cheaper sensory toy options include; playdough, cut up pool noodle, bubble
Ever have trouble finding a to-do list that fits your unique needs?Look no further! This to-do list allows you to edit the headers to customize based on your unique classroom. Default categories: Prep Hour, Don't Forget, Brain Dump, Call/Email, & Print/Copy.Files included:Editable Headers To-Do List Printer Ready: Full Page Printer Ready: Half Page Save paper/ink by printing one copy and laminating to create a dry/wet-erase to-do list.NOW available to edit as a template on CANVA! Link is in
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
This is a compilation of 20 of my best movement songs on sale for only $15. If you're looking for creative thinking, language development, cooperative learning movement activities and "games" then this is the collection for you. Totally appropriate for both regular and special education students - you'll find yourself singing and tapping your foot right along. You can listen to samples of each song via my store under the various titles. From the Mixing it Up CD 2. Move it to the Music. One s
Calming brain breaks for children who need a break from the task. Clear visuals. Uses Yoga ideas of noticing things and of calm breathing. Would work great in a calm corner.Breathing exercises, Sensory regulation, calming breath exercises, calm down time and in class fidgets. All as illustrated task cards. Great for setting up new calm corners. I recognise setting up a calm corner can be expensive so have included some cheaper sensory toy options include; playdough, cut up pool noodle, bubble wr
Print and laminate these schedule cards and display in the classroom. This schedule card set includes: Morning MeetingClosing CircleScienceBibleLibraryWritingMathIDRHistorySurprise!Making MeaningTestQuizSpellingSpanishArtPack UpCentersDismissalChapelTypingSTEAMP.E.ELAMusicRecessArrivalLunchSnackWord WorkRead to SelfSpelling TestField TripGrammarHandwritingReligionMath TestPledgesPrayersCar LineGuided ReadingReading GroupsMorning ChoiceRestroomsWord StudyRead AloudCircleCalendarClean UpBirthdayBu
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Not Grade Specific
This is part of a series of social skills yoga brain breaks that will focus on a variety of social skills that school aged children, elementary through adolescents, need as they move through life. This brain break is a page and a half yoga sequence that guides students through a variety of fun yoga poses, from basic to a few lesser known or slightly more challenging poses, focusing on the consequences of our choices. Because this sequence is a little more "wordy" than most of my other yoga brain
A movement brain break video for your students – you just have to press play! This 2 minute movement brain break is packed full of fun and engaging movements to get your students moving and refocus them in the classroom. It can be used anywhere in your classroom that has a screen (eg. a TV, projector, smart board, interactive board). It is designed to be done on the spot, so there’s no need to move the furniture around or rearrange your classroom. Simply press play on your screen or smart bo
A movement brain break video for your students – you just have to press play! This 1 minute movement brain break is packed full of fun and engaging movements to get your students moving and refocus them in the classroom. It can be used anywhere in your classroom that has a screen (eg. a TV, projector, smart board, interactive board). It is designed to be done on the spot, so there’s no need to move the furniture around or rearrange your classroom. Simply press play on your screen or smart bo
Here is a free movement activity to get the wiggles out and squeeze in some physical activity to wake up the brain. Print the cards and cut them up. Pick a card and read it out loud. The children have to switch seats according to the directions.
The 30 day brain break challenge! This is a challenge to do with your class. Each brain breaks range from 15 seconds - 4 minutes to try and squeeze into your day. I know as teachers we have so much to do but I challenge you to take this on with your students!
Little brains are doing busy doing big things - and that means that winding down for the evening can sometimes be far from calm (for both the child and caregiver!)We created this resource packet as a way to provide extra support during the evening with the use of a routine and visuals - both of which can assist in remediating anxiety and the sleepy time scaries. Best of all, this schedule style has two of our favorite features: it encourages the child's interaction, and it only reveals the steps
Students don’t have to be right-brained or left-brained to understand one-sided limits. This lesson uses graphs, tables, equations, and verbal explanations, to aid all students in understanding right sided and left sided limits. This student friendly program breaks up Calculus into small bites that students can easily digest. Through reading and guided practice, students will gain the knowledge to complete the activity sheet at the end of the lesson. Comic figures emphasize points about limit
Grades:
10th - 12th

Also included in: Limit Lessons

The How-To Guide for Nonfiction WritingNonfiction Writers Squeeze Their BrainsWriting Long to Teach Readers a Lot of Information
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Grades:
2nd
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Also included in: Grade 2 If/Then Unit Bend 1

Trying to find new and creative games for Morning Meeting? Trying to squeeze in a quick brain break? Look no further because here they are! This includes 40+ different games that have been played in my room countless of times! These are the top games that my students LOVE to play!I have these printed on cardstock, cut out and laminated.When I let my students choose the game for the day, they love to flip through and choose their favorite!
This blues song promotes a positive attitude. From chorus lyrics: "Don't you dare squeeze your sour grapes over my easy going attitude..." Enclosed: two blues song tracks (long and short versions of the song) featuring an endearing young singer. The long version begins with a cute country verse that mentions a dog named Elton. The shorter version goes straight to the message of the song. Lesson for grades 1-3. Uses: brain breaks, transitions, to support any anti bullying and life skills progr
This is group activity where the kids stand in a circle, hold hands, and pass a squeeze around. Illustrates how quickly the brain communicates with other parts of the body.
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Grades:
2nd - 6th
I created this set for several reasons. With every second in the classroom being so valuable and trying to squeeze in so much in a day, I wanted a little brain break/spiral option for Science to use daily in my classroom. There are a number of ways this set can be used. Some of those include: - brain break/transition question - center activity for research or review - spiraling activity to pre-teach or review - question of the day for discussion or research This set includes 36 questions rel
Included are 10, editable, award certificates you could present them digitally, or you could print them. Awards include-Best Squeeze-Honeycomb Heart-Picasso Prodigy-Out of the Box Thinker-Rocket Brain-Support Team-Helping Hand-Teacher's Assistant-Meteorologist-Dory Mindset
Grades:
PreK - 5th
Inspirational notes and positive messages can be such a motivating tool in the classroom. Looking for a fun twist and a chance to squeeze in a little more literacy practice? Pass out a Crack the Code Positive Note. Students use the beginning sound of each picture to write each letter to crack the code and uncover the hidden message. Your students will LOVE to find these special notes on their desk, table, or stapled to their work! Print in color or use colorful paper and print in black and whi
Look, we know you're busy: planning lessons, grading papers, filing paperwork, and all the other myriad tasks we teachers have to tackle (all while trying to squeeze in a personal life.) Let us carry some of the weight with a thorough, engaging, fun and Common Core aligned Guided Reading packet. It was created for use with Horrible Harry in Room 2B by Suzy Kline. Here's what we provide for each chapter: * An "I Can" statement that gives an overall learning objective that clearly states wha
Look, we know you're busy: planning lessons, grading papers, filing paperwork, and all the other myriad tasks we teachers have to tackle (all while trying to squeeze in a personal life.) Let us carry some of the weight with a thorough, engaging, fun and Common Core aligned Guided Reading packet. It was created for use with Junie B. Jones and the Stupid Smelly Bus by Barbara Park. Here's what we provide for each chapter: * An "I Can" statement that gives an overall learning objective that c

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