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Joyce Kolakowski

Energizing Brain Breaks - 342 views

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    Energizing Brain Breaks are 1-2 minute activities to help your students refocus. Now they are available in PowerPoint and SMARTBoard Versions
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    1 or 2 minute activities to energize the brain and refocus
David Sladkey

Energizing Brain Breaks - 242 views

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    Energizing Brain Breaks help students to refocus in the middle of class. They only take 1-2 minutes. Teachers love them because they help get the jitters out of students. They are work well for any student K-12. There are links to websites with videos of students in action doing a brain break.
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    Brain breaks are the only way my students made it thru the state testing window. It made me realize how important it was to take the pressure off and let them relax a bit.
Beth Panitz

Energizing Brain Breaks - What are Energizing Brain Breaks? - 124 views

  • s love them. Why do they love them?  Because they are fun and make you laugh.  They also challenge your brain.  Energizing Brain Breaks help you to cross the mid-line of your body which helps both sides of your brain engage.  It is suggested to use an Energizing Brain Break every 30 minutes with your class or audience.  You can imagine a class of students sitting most of the day.  Energizing Brain Breaks help student to stand up and be active every 30 minu
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    OMG I love this!
David Sladkey

Give your students a break during the middle of class to help them refocus - 106 views

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    Give a Brain Break every 30 minutes in your class. This Brain Break has the students tapping toes together to a pattern. It takes about 1-2 minutes and then they are done and ready to get back to the class material. There are video examples of the Energizing Brain Break in action.
mrblais

Energizing Brain Breaks - What are Energizing Brain Breaks? - 100 views

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    Brain Breaks are excellent for students to get refreshed in just 1-2 minutes. Students of all ages are being helped by having a Brain Break every 30 minutes. Teachers are seeing the need to give students a little break to help them refocus. The DVD has 50 videos of students in action doing Brain Breaks. The DVD follows the Energizing Brain Breaks book page for page. There is also a link to http//brainbreaks.blogspot.com which has many video examples available.
David Sladkey

Energizing Brain Breaks help students focus - 105 views

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    This site has video examples of students taking "Brain Breaks" in the middle of class. "Brain Breaks" help students to focus in class and also they are fun and engaging. Many of the activities cross the midline to help engage both sides of the brain.
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