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This game is a classic and has been around for a long time. The instructions are simple, and the game can be executed with multiple children as well. All they have to do is use one hand and rub their belly in a circular motion, and with the other hand, they need to pat their heads.2. Six Dice Spot
This game can be played with six kids at a time. Make six spots anywhere on the floor and call out six kids. Number each spot, and let each kid chose one spot for themselves. Hand a die to a kid; when he rolls it, the kid standing at the spot of the rolled number goes back to his seat. Continue this game until you have one winner. If you have many kids, you can play this in batches and get the winners to face off in a final round.
This is one of the most fun brain break activities for kids which can be executed with just a balloon. Fill a balloon up and get the kids to stand in a circle. The children need to toss the balloon without letting it touching the ground. To make it challenging, you can add more balloons.4. Exercises
Time the kids for 1.5 to 2 minutes and get them to do a circuit of jumping jacks, squats, and high jumps for 30 seconds each. This will really get their blood flowing.5. Yoga
Get the kids to perform some stretches in the class so as to loosen up their arms and legs, and increase blood flow so that they feel like they are energized.6. Mini Trampoline
Allow the kids to jump on a trampoline for a few minutes. It will really get their hearts pumping!
Play a fun song for the kids and get them to dance for an entire two to three minutes. Kids love dancing, and it will definitely help if you jump in and dance with them.
Younger kids love animals, and with this game, all you have to do is call out an animal, and the kids have to pretend to be that animal until you call out the next one. Be sure to have a good mixed bag.
This is a classic game for a brain break. You can be Simon, and whatever you ask the kids to do, they must do it. Get them to touch their noses, run around the room, jump, etc. to give them a good break.
Get the kids to tap one finger on their table and slowly ask them to add another finger until they’re using their entire hand, and it sounds like a drizzle moving up to a storm.