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Fall movement breaks for children

Fall Movement Breaks for Children

Fall movement breaks for children is essential for many reasons. Kids need to take mental brain breaks and physical brain breaks.

I know that if I work on something too long, or get stuck, moving is the easiest and most effective way for me to get back on track and refocused.

The different with our children is that they need those breaks more often.

Incorporating movement with learn is essential for the classroom teacher.

So I’ve put together some fun fall movement breaks for children you can use in your class today.

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NOVEMBER ELEMENTARY MUSIC LESSON ACTIVITIES

NOVEMBER ELEMENTARY MUSIC LESSON ACTIVITIES

NOVEMBER ELEMENTARY MUSIC LESSON ACTIVITIES
This post is packed with tons of ways to have fun learning in November.
These activities can be used in a complete music and movement lesson time too.
And, you’ll be able to diversify the lessons over the month.

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Dinosaur Songs and Activities for children ages 4-7. Sing, move, play like dinosaurs using these fun literacy and movement activities. You and I know that children love dinosaurs. So here are some Dinosaur songs and movement activities your children will love.

Dinosaur Songs and Activities for Children

Dinosaur Songs and Activities for children ages 4-7. Sing, move, play like dinosaurs using these fun literacy and movement activities.
You and I know that children love dinosaurs. So here are some Dinosaur songs and movement activities your children will love.

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HALLOWEEN MOVEMENT ACTIVITIES for Gross and Fine Motor Movement

HALLOWEEN MOVEMENT ACTIVITIES for Gross and Fine Motor Movement

Halloween movement activities are the perfect recipe for this time of year at home or at school. Let’s exercise those gross motor muscles, add in some cross body movement actions and move to music this Halloween to keep spirits high and little creatures happy!
Little fingers can get a workout too! Activities included in this post will have them holding a scarf and waving it around. Be sure to have them switch hands so that both of them get an equal workout!
You’ll want to help your children find some personal space and be ready to move, so get a drink of water, take a bathroom break and be ready to move.
Looking for some classroom management tips to use during Halloween time? This blog post has some helpful tips for you.

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