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5 Minute Classroom Physical Activities

Item #: 120023
UPC: 846742006340

©2015 Learning ZoneXpress

8½” x 5½” spiral bound book
40 activities with movements glossary

Written by Leah Swedberg, the 2018 North Dakota Society of Health & Physical Education (SHAPE) Health Teacher of the Year.

Introduce a lesson, incorporate physical activity and movements into daily classroom routines and lesson plans, or utilize extra minutes of class time with quick and effective physical activities for the secondary classroom. 5 Minute Classroom Physical Activities is an essential classroom resource filled with creative activity ideas that will get students engaged and ready to learn. Includes a variety of activities perfect for different curricular areas, including:

• Foreign language
• Language arts
• Mathematics
• Science
• All curricular areas

5 Minute Classroom Physical Activities are quick, easy, and fun activities the provide secondary students an opportunity to incorporate movement into academic learning. Each activity is calculated to last 5-10 minutes and are perfect for keeping students focused on learning.

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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."