Put Research Into Practice By Building Movement Into The School Day Roundup

Research continues to support combining learning and movement. Some teachers get sweaty thinking of intentionally having their students move more, but there we don't need to be!!

Research continues to support combining learning and movement. Some teachers get sweaty thinking of intentionally having their students move more, but there we don't need to be!!



Here is a roundup of posts with all sorts of ways to get your students moving and learning. Each of these ideas have been teacher tested... they work and they won't create chaos!!


First, take a look at your schedule. Look for blocks of time where your students are sitting most of the time. Here are tips for creating a schedule that has movement built into the day.




Tips for adding in sensory and motor at the same time. Meeting multiple needs and targets is perfect for my students!! Read: Sensory Motor Activities That Fit In Your Classroom



Fine motor and gross motor collide with write the room and count the room activities! This is one of my class' most favorite activities, so we have at least one set for every theme unit we do. 




Math is one of my most favorite subject to incorporate movement with. There are sooo many ways to do it. Here are some ideas to get you started...





















Don't forget to pin the photo below so you have a link to all of these posts. 

Research continues to support combining learning and movement. Some teachers get sweaty thinking of intentionally having their students move more, but there we don't need to be!!



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