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  • Plymouth Elementary School
  • Plymouth, NH
  • More than a third of students from low‑income households

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Fourth graders are active and need to stay that way! At nine years old, it is a task to sit through a movie, let alone an entire day of learning. Students want to learn and follow directions, but they also want to move. Within my classroom, students partake in yoga and zumba brain breaks. Movement is very important to engaging their minds, therefore it doesn't make sense to expect students to sit while they are learning new content and only experience breaks to engage their bodies. Why not allow them to move while learning?

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Fourth graders are active and need to stay that way! At nine years old, it is a task to sit through a movie, let alone an entire day of learning. Students want to learn and follow directions, but they also want to move. Within my classroom, students partake in yoga and zumba brain breaks. Movement is very important to engaging their minds, therefore it doesn't make sense to expect students to sit while they are learning new content and only experience breaks to engage their bodies. Why not allow them to move while learning?

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