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Brain breaks help students focus

Giving Baltimore students (and really, students everywhere) a brain break every thirty minutes or so will help them to remain more focused and attentive to lessons. In the end, they will often retain more, and enjoy class more.

Not sure what a brain break is? Check out this example of 3 Things I bet you can't do, and follow the link for more great ideas including an inch worm, rock paper scissors, a unique way to pass out papers and much much more.




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