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Stand Up Sit Down GameThis Google Slides game is a perfect ice breaker for back to school and a great activity for brain breaks! It's also perfect for a virtual game on Zoom, Google Hangouts, TEAMS, or whatever platform you and your class are using for distance learning!I use this activity to get my
This brain break is a great community building activity to do the first day back after returning from winter break. Students are always eager to share what they did over break, and this activity is one way to give students opportunities to share! Students can see how their classmates spent their w
Get your students moving, having fun, and continue building your classroom community with these fun Wave Like Crazy slides! This game is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day and the entire month of March. You can use these slides in person or during your virtual meetings. PowerPoint and Google Slide versio
GET TO KNOW YOUR STUDENTS BRAIN BREAK This brain break is an EASY brain break to incorporate into your classroom and can be used for classrooms that have to be 6 feet apart. This tool can also be used for DISTANCE LEARNING!!!What's Included:25 Brain Break Slides for back to school Directions PowerPo
This 22 slide Powerpoint Slideshow offers 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students with a fun activity to practice identifying common and proper nouns. In this slideshow, students decide if a given slide shows a common noun or a proper noun. Students are prompted to sit or stand according to their answer.
Use this fun ice-breaker game at the start of school as a way to help your students get to know each other. The premise is simple - you read out statements and if they apply to a student, then that student sits down. The last student standing is the winner. This resource is fully ready-to-go and inc
This 20 slide Powerpoint Slideshow offers 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students with a fun activity to practice identifying facts and opinions. In this slideshow, students decide if a given slide shows a fact or an opinion. Students are prompted to sit or stand according to their answer. This can
Originally published in Scholastic's Storyworks magazine. Exceptionally powerful RT from the Civil Rights Movement. Liven up your Black History unit with classroom RT about the Greensboro Lunch Counter Sit-ins of 1960. Based on the actual event, use it with small groups or on stage. From seven to fo
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4th - 8th
This 22 slide Powerpoint Slideshow offers 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students with a fun activity to practice identifying singular and plural nouns. In this slideshow, students decide if the given noun on each slide should is singular or plural . Students are prompted to sit or stand according to the
Get your students moving, having fun, and continue building your classroom community with these fun Wave Like Crazy slides! This game is perfect for the spring season.You can use these slides in person or during your virtual meetings. PowerPoint and Google Slide versions are included. To use during
Looking for a Stand Up, Sit Down movement break to get your distance learning students or small counselling groups active? Help your students build confidence, community and re-focus, with these engaging and collaborative movement breaks. After all, the first step to successful classroom management
Get your students moving, having fun, and continue building your classroom community with these fun Wave Like Crazy slides! This game is perfect for the winter season. There are questions about snow activities, winter fun, and other random questions.You can use these slides in person or during your
Looking for engaging body breaks that help students to reconnect, re-focus and get their daily physical activity in before Christmas break? Try these holiday-themed body breaks, because the first step to a successful classroom is building a sense of community, by making connections, validating stude
This brain break is a great community building activity to do the first day back after returning from Spring Break. Students are always eager to share what they did over break, and this activity is one way to give students opportunities to share! Students can see how their classmates spent their S
Stand Up Sit Down is used as a fun, quick brain break that gets students out of their seats for a few minutes. Your students will be able to come back from the brain break refocused and ready to learn! Stand Up Sit Down will allow your students to have a break from academics, without taking away man
Looking for a Stand Up, Sit Down Earth Day-themed brain break for Google Slides™ to get your distance learning students or small counselling groups active? Help your students build confidence, community and re-focus, with these engaging and collaborative Zoom game with yes/no and Would You Rather qu
Looking for a fun activity to implement during your virtual "Back to School" time? This activity is the perfect way to get to know your students as they participate in an engaging game of "Stand Up Sit Down". This product includes 20 different statements for students, and is perfect for any distance
This 22 slide Powerpoint Slideshow offers 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students a fun activity to practice identifying sentences and fragments. In this slideshow, students decide if a given slide shows a sentence or a fragment. Students are prompted to sit or stand according to their answer. This can
Stand Up Sit Down is used as a fun, quick brain break that gets students out of their seats for a few minutes. Your students will be able to come back from the brain break refocused and ready to learn! Stand Up Sit Down will allow your students to have a break from academics, without taking away man
***Google Slides Edition: Use some or all of them when your class needs to get energized!***This is a FALL BUNDLE of Brain Breaks (see below for the link to individual sets).Brain Breaks are a great way to get students out of their seats when they need a break. They are quick, easy, and fun to play.
***Google Slides Edition: Use some or all of them when your class needs to get energized!***Brain Breaks are a great way to get students out of their seats when they need a break. They are quick, easy, and fun to play. This Brain Break Set is designed for Back to School and touches on topics such as
This 20 slide Powerpoint Slideshow offers 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students a fun activity to practice identifying subjects and predicates. In this slideshow, students decide if a given slide shows a subject or predicate. Students are prompted to sit or stand according to their answer. This can be
Looking for a fun and creative activity to get your students up and moving? This homophone stand up, sit down game is the perfect addition to your classroom (whether that is virtual or in person). These Google Slides can be displayed on your SmartBoard or your screen can be shared through Zoom or Go
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Looking for a Stand Up, Sit Down St. Patrick's Day-themed body break to get your distance learning students or small counselling groups active? Help your students build confidence, community and re-focus, with these engaging and collaborative Zoom game with yes/no and Would You Rather questions. Aft

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