August brain breaks are awesome ways to have easy homeschool fun.
These activities are designed to give your kids a break from homeschool work or give them easy-to-do ideas for keeping busy in the summer.
Find out how I use these printable cards of August Brain Breaks with my five boys and how you can get started today with your free printable cards.
Why Your Kids Will Love Brain Break Activities for August!
Brain breaks are just FUN! These activities are simple ways to release the pressure valve and shake away the stress. And kids benefit so much from using them!
Have you noticed how your kids’ attention starts to wander after about a certain amount of time working? That’s their brain saying, “Okay, I’ve had enough. I need to daydream or just do something different for a bit!”
Brain breaks provide your kids with focused activities that keep the learning fun going–without the pressure or stress. And that can go a long way in helping your homeschool day more smoothly!
Get Your Free August Brain Breaks for Easy Homeschool Fun
Let’s make August rock! If you’re starting back to homeschool, it’s a great time to build brain breaks into your day. Also, these August brain breaks will give your kids (and you) something to look forward to 🙂
If you’re still on homeschool break, use these August brain breaks for easy activities that your kids can do when you hear “Mom, I’m bored!”. You’ll get some time to do your homeschool planning, chores, or enjoy a cold beverage 😉
These free printable cards of August Brain Breaks have monthly, seasonal, and fun holiday themes and prompts. These ideas are created to get kids moving, interacting, or relaxing.
There are a total of 24 printable August Brain Breaks cards (4 pages 6 cards each). That’s a whole lot of focused learning fun!
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Have you tried brain break activities with your kids?
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