Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Arm Wrap Brain Break

If you can get your students up and active every 25 minutes it will help their focus and concentration. Brain Breaks are refreshing. This brain break is very spacial. Students will be amazed that they have trouble connecting their fingers together.

    1. Stand Up.
    2. Put your left arm straight down at your side.
    3. Tuck that arm behind your back so that it is resting on your lower back. It should be bent at a 90 degree angle.
    4. Follow these instructions while closing your eyes.
    A. Take your ring finger and try to touch your pinkie.
    B. Take your middle finger and touch your thumb.
    C. Take your pinkie finger and touch your index finger.
    5. Now put your right arm behind your back and follow A, B, C.

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