Quick Classroom Exercises to Make Learning Lively

These techniques are wonderful for developing the students' energy stage, for loosening them. They can be done with the entire class during the early stages of class which is the best time to do it or if children are losing focus or they're tired, you can, if you give the minors dispensation, they can go off to the side of the area, take a few minutes to do any one or a series of these techniques to get refocused and re-energized and then go back to their work.

You take what's called the athletic ready stance, where your hoofs are comfortably apart, little wider than shoulders width, the knees are somewhat bent and the back is straight. And this technique, you simply revolved the hips with the arms flopping out from their own bodies, your intelligence makes with your shoulders. You don't push it though. But the hips lead. It isn't the arms passing firstly and then the body following. The hips produce firstly and then the arms follow after that. You allow your head to turn. Impede the knees bent. And if you keep this up for-- and it's easy to do, don't pressure, two, three minutes, you really feel good afterward.

You appear relaxed and you feel enlivened. This technique operates all the muscles in their own bodies and neurologically, it programs the kids to be ready to learn and then you merely give the motion to come to a gradual stall. So the idea is, placed the hands together over the manager, come up on one leg, stoop the knee and you focus on your belly, actually a place in the middle of your abdominal cavity, between your belly and back and left hip and right hip. It's just to get both balanced and focused. Come down after doing that for about 30 seconds.

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Shake it out with your feet. Go back up on the other leg. Try not to look at anyone or anything. Be in what we call soft sees, where everything comes into your field of vision. You don't look out on "the worlds". Okay, you come down and again shake that out. The palm pushed together here in a nice symmetric way and the knees are somewhat bent. The back remains directly. Push the palm together and inhale through the nose as you go up. Once at the top, return the palms out, exhale through the mouth[ breath ], limbs widened but uh..

Not uh... tense. And once they're latitude, bend the knees again, are working together, inhale[ wheezing ], exhale[ inhaling ]. And if doing this in a class specify, you crave everybody in sync doing it together. One more[ breathing ], the blades of the mitt are going forward, the thumbs are going back. Not the palms forward like you're waving goodbye. Blades go forward, thumbs go back, biceps, triceps, trapezius, nice and relaxed. So you're generating force, shaking the hands well but standing loosen. And so you do this wrist shake and a great situation to do with the children in the class is, you do this for about ten seconds and then you call off a student's figure speak, Barbara. And then Barbara waits about ten seconds after you call her figure. And she responds down. And the whole class then leads[ claps] formerly, twice, and then come back up. Do it again. And you do this with two other students and finally, after the third largest student has done this, the technique is done. So we'll simply replicate that again and expect we're calling on the third largest student, articulate Juan. And we wait about ten seconds and then Juan will say, down[ applauds ].

And those are the techniques ..

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