Active Classroom

Exercise Breaks

Movement is healthy! It furthers activation or relaxation, strengthens the muscles and improves coordination. Often a few minutes are enough when during lessons you have short breaks for action units in the classroom. Sabrina Schamberger and Sherin Watzlawzyk-Sutter demonstrate with their classes how, apart from the acquisition of knowledge, also various groups of muscles can be trained during lessons. Activating movement games stimulate the circulatory system and offer relaxation from concentrating and sitting still. Rock music does not only help during short games, it also sets the rhythm for dances of various degrees of difficulty.

  • Article no.: 4662223
  • Targetgroups: GS
  • Length: 39:07 min
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