Here’s a brain break for your eyes!
Brain Breaks are not just fun, brain breaks are a must for health and behavior management—a quick and easy way to reset mind and body…and refocus attention on the task at hand.
You can do this brain break at any time: before, during or after a lesson to refocus attention.
Try this brain break every day for a week, and you might be surprised at how quickly your eyesight improves, you can read small print, see things far away, and you remember to blink and relax your eyes!
Have you noticed that more kids wear eyeglasses now, and at a younger age? Computer and TV screens “glue” the eyes, so they don’t move in a healthy way. Eye exercises are a must for eye health, and not just for kids!
TECH TIP: You may print this JPEG in color or grayscale and post it in your class as a reminder to practice frequently. Or, you may open it on your SMART BOARD, for a large focal point as you do the exercise.
I hope you enjoy this…and if you would kindly leave your rating and feedback
it would be greatly appreciated!
© 2014 Renee Dawn - Please respect the copyright, for use by one teacher in a classroom setting.
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If you’d like to try my packet of BRAIN BREAKS FOR THE 5 SENSES
It’s here: Teachers Pay Teachers: Brain Breaks for the 5 Senses
And it includes…
• 67 Brain Breaks for the Senses
• The brain breaks appeal to all the senses and modes of learning—visual, audio, tactile and kinesthetic, as well as olfactory and taste.
• Included is an MP3 of the energizing song, “Hello World,” which engages all the senses (Song Length is 2:15).
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