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Brain Break Activities with Instructions - White Background

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Signs and posters with games to play with your class when they need a quick brain break!

Print out the brain break activity signs and stick them on a paddle pop stick. Use these signs to indicate to your students what activity they will be doing.

Use the posters with instructions to remind the students what the activity is.

Brain break activities include:

  • topic talks
  • dance off
  • get in order
  • scissors paper rock
  • categories
  • open mic
  • heads and tails
  • celebrity heads
  • short film
  • heads down, thumbs up
  • story
  • buzz off
  • dead ants
  • musical statues
  • hot potato
  • silent ball
  • singing
  • simon says
  • bingo

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