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Athletic Brainiacs!

Mase Taherian,   Corey Elementary School
Physical Activity Participation, Student Leadership,  Teamwork

Our Fuel Up to Play 60 team leaders used principals and taught in the classroom to promote brain breaks! They found out that most teachers were not utilizing brain breaks in their rooms. They felt there was a need so they did research and created a presentation on how brain breaks are useful in creating academic performance. They offered a solution to go with their presentation as well! They created 3 unique brain breaks to share with the teachers.

How did students and adults work together as a team?

Students were the driving force behind this Play. It was all their ideas and hard work. Adults were facilitators in the process. The adults made sure the content was relevant and the execution was professional.