This is an exercise chart designed to get kids moving in the classroom. Exercise has been shown to be an evidence-based practice in reducing challenging behavior in individuals with autism and other disabilities. It also has important health benefits. You could use this chart for a daily exercise routine, part of indoor recess, or do 1 exercise each 30 minutes as a break within the day. Have students choose how many of each exercise the class should complete each day.
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Move Your Body: Classroom Exercise Chart ©Christine Reeve 2014
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