A few years ago, I was just searching for brain breaks on YouTube, and then bookmarking them on my computer so I could have them up quickly. The problem, was that sometimes YouTube was blocked by our district, and sometimes it wasn't, which meant we couldn't always get a brain break when we needed one.
And then, I heard about GoNoodle (cue Hallelujah Chorus)! Seriously. If you're not already using GoNoodle, no worries, and keep reading!
Sign up here or click the picture below!
If you're a non-teacher reading this, but have kids, SIGN-UP! You'll be able to keep your kids having fun, and busy for hours! This is also a FANTASTIC resource for homeschoolers! They need brain breaks, too, right?Demo Class" though, so you're not actually growing your Champ under your new class. They'll be so sad if they miss their Champ growing.
If you're school departmentalizes, or you're a specialist, you can name the class otherwise. For example, if I was the music teacher, I might name a class by grade, then teacher's last name (2nd Grade - Copeland). It'd make it easy to switch to whatever class I was seeing at the time.
From here though, I'd recommend heading back to your demo class so that you can actually see some of brain breaks. To do that, just click on "Dashboard" > Demo Class.
Once you're within your Demo Class, you'll see a few different options at the top of the screen.favorites! You may also have some favorites of your own that you want to incorporate regularly throughout the day.
Do you already GoNoodle? I'd love to know what your favorite brain break is!
Are you planning on using GoNoodle for the first time this year? I'd love to know what you're most excited about! Sign up here!
Whether you already GoNoodle, or you're just signing up, I created a a list of rules my class follows as it pertains to brain breaks, as well as a list of some of our favorites! Grab them here or by clicking on either of the pictures below. Enjoy!
For more great ideas, tips, and tricks from True Life I’m a Teacher, be sure to follow me on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, Bloglovin’ and Teachers Pay Teachers.