My Absolute Favorite Brain Break

Ok so we’ve been doing brain breaks and I LOVE them!  They give the kids time to move especially in our huge 2.5 hour time after lunch until specials.  Well my teacher did this one today and I was so excited and dancing right along with it! SO MUCH FUN!!!!

Check it out!  The students loved it too!

Source: via Nikki on Pinterest

I have more stories, but no time it seems like~ how do teachers do this!  I’m usually very on top of things but today felt so chaotic even with 2 of us in the classroom helping and teaching 🙁

Excited for the 3 day weekend though to relax and get back to normal.

WATCH THE VIDEO it will seriously make your day!


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  1. April Kreitzer Wolfe on September 1, 2012 at 6:44 pm

    I saw this on Pinterest and had to watch it. The dance looks like so much fun. I am going to have to try it with my class.

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