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74. Classroom Movement Ideas (When Brain Breaks Aren't Enough)

74. Classroom Movement Ideas (When Brain Breaks Aren't Enough)

Update: 2024-05-08
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Working with especially active students? Here's some tips to incorporate more kinesthetic movement activities into your everyday learning, For more teaching tips and creative ideas, check out these special education topics:

https://positivelylearningblog.com/what-to-do-with-wiggly-students/

https://positivelylearningblog.com/classroom-movement-games/


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74. Classroom Movement Ideas (When Brain Breaks Aren't Enough)

74. Classroom Movement Ideas (When Brain Breaks Aren't Enough)

Jennifer DeBrosse