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Brain Breaks for the Classroom: Quick and Easy Breathing and Movement Activities That Help Students Reenergize, Refocus, and Boost Brain Power--Anytime of the Day! (PagePerfect NOOK Book)
     

Brain Breaks for the Classroom: Quick and Easy Breathing and Movement Activities That Help Students Reenergize, Refocus, and Boost Brain Power--Anytime of the Day! (PagePerfect NOOK Book)

by Michelle Gay
 

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40 fun exercises help students take a quick break and return to their work refreshed and ready to learn. Each exercise is designed to get more oxygen and energy to students’ brains, improve their focus, and calm their nervous systems. The result: increased motivation, cooperation, and learning in the classroom. Includes a full-color poster with five easy

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40 fun exercises help students take a quick break and return to their work refreshed and ready to learn. Each exercise is designed to get more oxygen and energy to students’ brains, improve their focus, and calm their nervous systems. The result: increased motivation, cooperation, and learning in the classroom. Includes a full-color poster with five easy moves all kids can do when they need a “brain break”!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780545269766
Publisher:
Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date:
10/01/2009
Sold by:
Scholastic, Inc.
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
14 MB
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Meet the Author

Michelle Gay is a Certified Movement Analyst, and Registered Somatic Educator and Therapist. She has been combining this specialized knowledge to teach martial arts to children and adults of all ages and movement abilities for more than 10 years in both public and private school settings, her own martial arts school in NYC and, most recently, as a full-time movement and theatre teacher (Rhythms) for pre-school – 8th grade at The City & Country School in Manhattan. She is the founder and director of the Society for Martial Arts Instruction, a not-for-profit facility with a mission to empower people through the knowledge and practice of martial arts and related movement practices.

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