Brain breaks are the solution to the moments in class where you feel like your students are losing interest and cannot focus. Each of these brain breaks will allow your students to take a break from learning, just long enough to refocus and get energized. The best part is these brain breaks can be done in a matter of minutes.
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Take a look at the brain break jar I use in my own classroom.
Table of Contents
There are two options for the table of contents. One has the brain breaks listed by page order. The second has the brain breaks listed in ABC order. Choose the option that works best for you.
36 Brain Break Labels
There are 36 brain break activities, each with a unique name. These labels are the right size to use with paint stirrers. You could also print them onto cardstock and place on a ring to save space.
36 Brain Breaks Descriptions
There are 2 brain breaks per page. I cut them apart and place them on a ring near my brain break jar. These descriptions come in handy when you are first starting out or the perfect reference tool to leave behind for a guest teacher.