5 Minute Brain Booster Physical Activities for Elementary

Item #: 120022
UPC: 846742006234

©2015 Learning ZoneXpress

8½” x 5½”, spiral bound, 50 activities

Emphasize a healthy lifestyle now by engaging students with 50 quick and effective physical and mental activities break up class time with 5 Minute Brain Booster Physical Activities for Elementary. Research has shown even just a few minutes of stretching, a simple yoga pose, or dancing to some music can help students feel rejuvenated and renew their focus on academic learning. 5 Minute Brain Booster Physical Activities for Elementary is an essential bell ringer classroom resource filled with simple stretches, physical challenges, and more that will help students feel refreshed and focused. Activities include:

• Chair Exercises
• Use Your Voice
• Brief Stretches for Desk Work
• Classroom Challenges
• Partner Work

5 Minute Brain Booster Physical Activities for Elementary are quick, easy, and fun activities that provide students a “brain break” from academic learning. Each activity is calculated to last 5-10 minutes and are perfect for transitioning to new topics, test days, and focusing on work.

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**According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's "Health and Academic Achievement" document:

"Brief classroom physical activity breaks (i.e., 5-10 minutes) are associated with improved cognitive performance (e.g., attention, concentration), classroom behavior (e.g., on-task behavior), and educational outcomes (e.g., standardized test scores, reading literacy scores, math fluency scores) among students."