Brain Breaks - Exercise Activities To Get Your Students Moving

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PreK - 6th, Homeschool
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My students really enjoyed the simplicity of the breathing exercises! We do whole group and individual breathing exercises and the kids love how many options there are.
My students love choosing one or two to do when we need a break from our daily academics. These brain breaks activities really get us moving and having fun at the same time.


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Are you finding your students are sometimes getting off task? It might be because they simply need a break!

I have been doing brain breaks in my classroom for years and they are so helpful! My students often ask me "Miss Valerie, can we please have a brain break?"

They take only a couple of minutes and students get right back to work once we're done!

I made 48 brain break cards for this pack.

Just punch a hole in the little white circle at the top corner of each card and place them on a ring. When we need a break, I turn the cards over, fan them out, and choose a student to pick a card (just like a magic trick).

I also included an editable version in a PDF file. You can easily type in your own brain breaks and print them out with the rest of the cards!

UPDATE: This zip file now includes a full screen version that you can display on your computer or Smart board!

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