Many activities promote brain breaks and increase circulation; some include dancing, singing and playing music. Brain break activities promote physical fitness, helping children increase their circulation levels.
Regular brain breaks accelerate learning. Movement during brain breaks helps children release pent up energy and can help them reduce their anxiety levels and stress in the classroom. The activities, which can include dancing, singing and playing music, help children bond with one another, as well.
Introducing brain breaks into a classroom or home environment helps boost children's focus levels and concentration, so kids can learn better when they need to pay attention or work on homework.