The brain needs to be oxygenated every 15 to 20 minutes and the best way to
accomplish that is to “get off your seat and onto your feet.” When we physically
move, we are sending blood and glucose to the brain, thus providing much needed oxygen and nutrients that help the brain to retain information, improve
concentration and focus attention. So start your day or intersperse throughout the day five different stretches or exercises. As you lead each movement have the children count out loud to five.
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