Watch How to Take a Brain Break Video | Jim Kwik

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“Brain breaks are simple physical and mental exercises. They have a positive effect on learning by:

“*increasing engagement and cognitive functioning,
*supporting the brain maturation process,
*enhancing focus, mood and learning,
*increasing students’ perceived competence,
*improving classroom behaviour,
*and strengthening teacher-student relationships.

“Furthermore, if the brain breaks are physical, they have the additional benefits of:

“*increasing circulation,
*increasing the oxygen in the bloodstream which leads to improved concentration,
*and allowing the students to get out of their chairs.”

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