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Indoor recess activities

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Indoor Recess Fun - Momma with a Teaching Mission

The days seem to get shorter. The temperatures start to drop. Or maybe it's a day that the rain just don't stop. (ohhh I rhymed lol). But y...

This pack of indoor recess games includes twelve independent games and partner games that have been specially designed for social distancing within the classroom! Why do I need this pack?Everything has changed due to an inability to pass materials back and forth right now. This includes recess- but ...

Description This pack of indoor recess games includes thirteen independent games and partner games that have been specially designed for social distancing within the classroom! Why do I need this pack? Everything has changed due to an inability to pass materials back and forth right now. This includes recess- but it doesn't mean we have to take the FUN out of recess! This game pack will solve your question: "What will students do for recess when it RAINS and they can't share toys?" It…

13 fun indoor recess activities for big kids... because indoor recess should still be fun in upper elementary.

Your students will love these fun indoor recess activities for big kids... because indoor recess should still be fun in upper elementary!

Carson-Dellosa Differentiated Choice Board Pocket Chart

Carson-Dellosa® Differentiated choice board pocket chart for grades 1 - 8 is a perfect addition for creating a dynamic and engaging classroom. Pocket chart measures 17 1/4" x 17 1/4" and includes a resource guide. Grades 1-8 / Ages 6-13 Pocket chart is 17 1/4" x 17 1/4" Resource Guide The Differentiated Choice Board Pocket Chart is perfect for creating a dynamic and engaging classroom All Grades

13 Indoor Recess Ideas for Bad Weather Days | If you’re looking for brain breaks for kids in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, or middle school, this collection of indoor recess activities and games will inspire you! We’ve included a mix of gross motor activities, learning stations ideas, team building games, and other classroom games and movement activities that are sure to keep your students engaged and help them blow off steam for better focus. #indoorrecess #brainbreaks

13 Indoor Recess Ideas for Bad Weather Days | If you’re looking for brain breaks for kids in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, or middle school, this collection of indoor recess activities and games will inspire you! We’ve included a mix of gross motor activities, learning stations ideas, team building games, and other classroom games and movement activities that are sure to keep your students engaged and help them blow off steam for better focus. #indoorrecess #brainbreaks

School Is a Happy Place: Make an Indoor Recess Cart for Your Classroom {Plus FREE Cart Labels in a Variety of Colors}

I have a super quick project that you are sure to find useful in your classroom. It is an Indoor Recess Cart, customized to your own students' interests. Not only is this cart easy to put together and compact in size, it also allows you to put to use items that you probably already have on hand. The main reason I created an Indoor Recess Cart was for sub days. I've always had a variety of activities students could choose on the days that we couldn't make it outside. However, I had them…

If you're looking for some fun ideas engage your class during indoor recess, look no further. These are my favorite indoor recess games & they're perfect for a rainy day or cold weather fun.

If you're looking for some fun ideas engage your class during indoor recess, look no further. These are my favorite indoor recess games & they're perfect for a rainy day or cold weather fun.

20 Ideas for Socially Distanced Indoor Recess

How are we going to plan for indoor fun during these days of COVID-19 when items can’t be shared and our students need to stay at their own desks? We all agree our students definitely need that social time as well as a learning break but figuring it all out seems like too much. Well, we have you covered! We have come up with these 20 Ideas for Socially Distanced Indoor Recess that will get you well on your way with your recess planning and won’t break your bank.

13 Indoor Recess Games | If you’re the teacher of kids in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, or middle school and you’re looking for ideas for large groups to keep your students entertained on snowy or rainy days, we’ve got you covered! We’ve included a mix of physical education and gross motor activities, learning station and team building ideas, and other classroom games to play that are sure to keep your students engaged and help them blow off steam. #indoorrecess #brainbreaks

13 Indoor Recess Games | If you’re the teacher of kids in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, or middle school and you’re looking for ideas for large groups to keep your students entertained on snowy or rainy days, we’ve got you covered! We’ve included a mix of physical education and gross motor activities, learning station and team building ideas, and other classroom games to play that are sure to keep your students engaged and help them blow off steam. #indoorrecess #brainbreaks

Remember those fun, informal family games that parents and kids have enjoyed for generations—no batteries or equipment required? Some are perfect when you’re stuck on a long line or caught in traffic. Here’s a refresher course in the classics, which you can adapt to your own family. The bonus: They help boost language, memory and other learning skills. (But you don’t have to tell the kids they’re educational.)

Remember those fun, family games that parents and kids have enjoyed for generations—no batteries or equipment required? Here is our list of 7 family games to play anywhere!