Brain Break Sessions

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Breaking out in those brain break sessions are vital in the classroom to achieve maximum success. It’s easy to become overwhelmed while teaching students new concepts. Because of this, finding a quick and engaging activity from using our brains can be a great resource to maintaining focus.

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