Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Y is for... {Giveaway Day 25}

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12 comments:

  1. I give them brain breaks from time to time if I notice that they are getting bored, sleepy or tired.

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  2. I get them up and moving.
    Kate

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  3. I don't have problems with morning yawns. It's the afternoon yawns! We try to move around a lot and we also have a morning snack break that helps.

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  4. Movement breaks are essential to keep kids alert throughout the day. dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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  5. I drink lots of coffee and keep the kiddos moving!

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  6. No many yawns...when they do have them I tell them to use the bathroom, get a drink of water :)
    tania
    My Second Sense

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  7. Drinks of water or movement usually works for me.

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  8. Keep 'em moving! If they look droopy, we get up and dance!
    -Andrea
    alwayskindergarten@gmail.com

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  9. Keep movement going throughout the day. Eat a good breakfast.

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  10. I do some brain breaks to get them moving, I on the other hand, need my coffee.

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  11. We are constantly back and forth from their seats to the carpet so they have some transition time to move around. If they are really tired we do some brain break dancing! :)

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