Brain Breaks for the Classroom
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Take a deep breath. Let your whole body lengthen as you inhale and then lengthen even more as you exhale, as though your head is a balloon floating upward and your spine is the string trailing below. If you feel that you might float away altogether, stamp your feet to bring yourself back to the earth.
Teach children to use their breath and you’ll teach them to pay attention to themselves, bringing awareness to their bodies on the inside and outside. It’s a short step from there to students’ awareness of themselves in relation to others—especially their classmates and teachers. You might say that the class that breathes together or “shares the air” is a group united in a most fundamental and potent place—the beginning.
RELATED SUBJECTS: Classroom Management
Activity Book 10.49