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101 Brain Breaks & Educational Activities | Spiral-bound

by Joshua MacNeill (Author)


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Binding:  Spiral-bound
Publisher:  Joshua MacNeill
Edition:  1stst Edition
Page Count:  50 Pages
Publication Date:  2017
Sales Rank:  300721st



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101 Brain Breaks and Brain Based Educational Activities is a user-friendly guide to implementing brain informed activities into your class time. This book provides information to calm, focus, or energize your students while centering the intervention on the region of the brain they are operating from. With 101 activities, you are sure to find activities that your students love.

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