BBS Sport launch a new active website promoting movement that can be done in Class and it aims to support learning concepts such as Times Tables
Here are some game boards for you to use. If you would like the Powerpoint to go with it, please email SERC at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a simple dance that add's in a different movement each verse- good for memory too.
A great collection of brain break activities - when you can see your class wriggling - stop for 3 mins and try one of these.
This is a favourite of mine !I quite like this format, as not too young and their actions aren't perfect so makes reluctant students more likely to join in.
There are a whole range of up to date dance/ movement video's available free on You Tube. Here are One Direction, Gangsta Style etc
There are some great ideas here to help give teachers' LSA's ways of adding movement in the class- this can be stood behind their chairs or simply a different way …
This is a repetative song allowing Students (and staff !) a chance to repeat and get better. It would engage older students.
You need a little space to do the Sid Shuffle- but a dance routine hard to avoid !
This is fairly complicated and quite action packed - would engage older students and boys particularly.