Part of the December 2020 STEM Resources Digital Calendar!
Sitting in front of the computer for long periods of time is unhealthy for both teachers and students. One quick way to add movement is with a brain break. These breaks last a few minutes and get students and you moving through quick exercises, dancing, yoga, or calming exercises. Brain breaks provide a moment to have fun with your students in every lesson. These brains also are shown to stimulate creative thinking and problem solving.
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Brain Breaks Slide Presentation
Click here to copy my Slides template with a bunch of brain breaks from YouTube. Just click Use Template. Choose any brain break to show students. You can also trim the time on the videos. I’ll be adding more so make sure to bookmark this page. If you have any suggestions to add, then leave the link in a comment.
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