Everyone needs a brain break occasionally, especially little learners who have been working hard all day. Most teachers can sense when their class is getting antsy, but what they do about it can make all the difference.
Why a Brain Break?
When looking at your daily schedule, are there particular times during the day when your students seem to lose focus? Perhaps it is during that precious uninterrupted learning time. A Brain Break is a great way to re-energize your students, to get their blood pumping and their brains re-charged. It allows kids to get their “wiggles” out, which will, in turn, help them to stay focused on the next task.
When to Do a Brain Break?
Brain breaks can be used before, during, or after a lesson. The key idea to a brain break is to wake up your students to keep them focused. As their teacher, you know your students best. When you see their eyes wandering away and staring at some inanimate object, it probably means it’s time for a break.
How Do I Use This Product?
The best part of this product is that you can use it in many different ways. It can be used for individual students or a small group (on a mobile device) or as a whole class by projecting the Brain Break on your classroom projector.
Twelve (12) Awesome, Fun and Engaging Brain Breaks at your fingertips! Project, Click and Play! These are Haloween related songs.
See if this product will work in your classroom by trying one out in the PREVIEW! Each brain break has been funneled through SafeShare. By taking this extra step, your students will not have access to other sites, advertisements or even be able to click anything other than PLAY!