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The Ultimate Guide To Brain Breaks

Harness the power of movement to improve focus and learning with these quick exercises designed to wake-up the brain to learn! 

In this ebook, you’ll learn:

♦ WHY movement is so critical to learning.

♦ HOW to spot when your children need a brain break.

♦ HOW to help your children discern when to utilize a brain break and regain focus.

♦ 60 amazing brain break exercises {with detailed instructions, pictures and printables} So you can put these exercises to work TODAY!


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How to I Get It?

You can get your OWN copy of this book right here and I really hope you do.  It has been such a blessing to our own homeschooling and I know it will help you too.  We knew about this concept before this book, but Heather makes it so easy to implement them that you really have no excuse not to!  ♥

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About the Author Sandra Modersohn

Sandra Modersohn is a devoted wife, mother, and homeschooler. She loves great graphic design and has a passion for creating beautiful and useful printable materials for children. Little Learning Lovies where she shares her creations with the world. She can be found on Facebook and Twitter, Pinterest and, of course, at the Little Learning Lovies Blog and Store.

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28 comments
Christine B says 5 years ago

Staying focused is a big issue. Little breaks here and there are the only thing I’ve tried so far but it seems to work ok.

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Judith says 5 years ago

Focusing is a huge problem with some of my children! My 8 year old is the worst in this area. She’s always lost somewhere else when she’s supposed to be working on her schoolwork.

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C Webb says 5 years ago

When they have trouble, I often ask my kids to do a short chore.

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Meme says 5 years ago

We try to take breaks especially when things are not working out in our homeschool and I need to try something new to turn things around.

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Debbie Chadwick-Vazquez says 5 years ago

How fun!! This would be so fun to have at home!

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dmajorlj says 5 years ago

I try to give them a break or a goal to reach.

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Rhoda says 5 years ago

I love the flexibility of homeschooling. We can spend more time in an area of interest and not have to squelch self directed learning. I also love that we can focus on character development.

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Tanya says 5 years ago

We have just started to take breaks it has been helping our school day

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Ilea says 5 years ago

I try to only spend an hour or two sitting the rest is free play or learning by doing. It saddens me that non-homeschool kids in my area only get 15 mins of recess.

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Melody C says 5 years ago

I try to get our harder work done in the morning because my kids seem to work better.

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Jessica says 5 years ago

We take a break, work/do on something else, & then come back to our activity.

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Cherub says 5 years ago

We don’t have a long “school” day because of the fact that it is way to hard for any of us to day still that long. We move “school” around the house. Reading on the couch, learning board games and writing at the table, learning card games on the floor…you get the idea. I always let the girls do “school” the way they want to at the time (standing up, laying on the floor, sitting, etc.). As long as their trying their hardest, it works for me!

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Jessica Medina says 5 years ago

I am new to homeschooling so I am still learning what to do!

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tlmswt2000 says 5 years ago

I didn’t have any trouble until recently (several months ago). We have been taking short exercise breaks, hula hooping to music, jump rope games, dance together, run outside, and we may change subjects to use a different side of the brain. I am curious what other ideas are included in this book and would love to read it. Thank you for the chance to win.

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Erin says 5 years ago

we too often try to push through, which is really not effective for anyone. I would love some tools.

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Sheri says 5 years ago

Take a break and do something else, maybe have a snack.

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Jolene Ceravalo says 5 years ago

My kids are 5 and younger, so they get a lot of time to play.

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Amanda W-B says 5 years ago

We have improptu dance parties, which seem to help redirection. 🙂 We also take a break to color, which helps as well!

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Karen W says 5 years ago

We do our short lesson in the morning and then after lunch we do some of our other subjects and switch around. They will take turns on the computer (for science right now) while I work with the others on other subjects.

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Leena says 5 years ago

We get up and shake our sillies out and wiggle our waggles away with some help from the Wiggles.

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Missy @ Dot-to-Dot Connections says 5 years ago

We try to keep our lessons short, unless everyone is having too much fun to stop, which helps a lot! When the kids are having serious issues with settling down and focusing I will often tell them to go run laps or do some jumping jacks to wear off some of their wiggles 🙂

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schoolwithmommy says 5 years ago

We do this but could definitely use some ideas. Sometimes I just put on a song everyone can really dance to.

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Cristy Ford says 5 years ago

Learning sitting down is boring! Active body, active brain 🙂

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Carrie says 5 years ago

We take a break and do something else-usually jumping jacks because they make us laugh. 😉

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DeeDee says 5 years ago

They do have trouble sometimes, I am more of a power through it kind of mom, but have found that focusing on a craft helps us to calm down and be ready to get back to work.

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Victoria says 5 years ago

Yes the kids have trouble concentrating! I just do whatever works at the time. Taking a break and doing something different sometimes, or else I tell them they can finish the sentence/sum/activity they’re on, and leave the rest until later.

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Tawnee says 5 years ago

We absolutely need breaks. We usually get up and dance to music or take a walk or bike ride in good weather or do jumping Jack’s or something to get up and move and”get the wiggles out” before trying to refocus.

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Tiffany Deos says 5 years ago

My kids have a horrible time focusing and I have yet to find something that helps.

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