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How can we reduce sitting and increase movement in early learning settings?

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6 years ago
What is your favorite activity ?
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6 years ago
https://www.gonoodle.com/
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6 years ago
Quote from Mrs Hauff
https://www.gonoodle.com/

This is terrific as an energizer and a calmer, depending on the time and demands of the day. I even use it for myself when the students are not around.

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6 years ago
Gonoodle is fun...
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6 years ago
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https://www.gonoodle.com/

Thanks for sharing such a great tool! Smiles, Maria :)

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6 years ago
Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
What is your favorite activity ?

Songs, games... TPR mostly! Smiles, Maria :)

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6 years ago
We use the Jammin' Minutes right after morning announcements, between subject area transitions, and when they just don't look as energized as they could! Great for teachers to wake it up too!
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6 years ago
Quote from Mrs. Miramontes
We use the Jammin' Minutes right after morning announcements, between subject area transitions, and when they just don't look as energized as they could! Great for teachers to wake it up too!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6Uyru4fAoc found this on youtube...

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6 years ago
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Quote from Mrs. Miramontes
We use the Jammin' Minutes right after morning announcements, between subject area transitions, and when they just don't look as energized as they could! Great for teachers to wake it up too!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6Uyru4fAoc found this on youtube...

Brenda... THANKSSSSSSSSSSS!! This video and the whole series is completely fascinating!!! The only problem... I cannot do them with high heels! hahaha

Smiles, Maria :)

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6 years ago
Quote from Mrs. Miramontes
We use the Jammin' Minutes right after morning announcements, between subject area transitions, and when they just don't look as energized as they could! Great for teachers to wake it up too!

Fantastic! I thanked Brenda for having posted the link! And now I thank you for giving such interesting tips!! Smiles from Argentina, Maria :)

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