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Free February Brain Breaks for Easy Homeschool Fun

 

Easily add homeschool fun to your day with these free printable February Brain Breaks cards. With seasonal and fun holiday themes, your kids will love having a focused way to take a break from learning.

 

Enjoy easy homeschool fun with kids using these free printable February Brain Breaks cards with seasonal & fun holiday themes.

 

Homeschooling in February can be tough! Many homeschoolers feel burnt out and tired. Plus, many homeschools often deal with yucky weather in February.

You CAN overcome the February homeschool blahs! Use these 24 free printable February Brain Breaks cards to brighten your homeschool days as you connect with your kids.

 

Free Printable Cards for February Brain Breaks

With five active boys, I need to be creative and upbeat in our homeschool. Overall, my boys are cooperative and agreeable. All of us, however, face the effects of being with each other 24/7 while learning at home.

To help combat cabin fever and short fuses, I created these February brain breaks. I have found that homeschool brain breaks have been a powerful force in motivating and inspiring our homeschool.

And these fun activities are also great for helping us all get over the February slump 🙂

 

Boy wearing green & white stripe shirt & red heart-shaped sunglasses smiling & holding red heart wand with red paper hearts in background and blue, pink, yellow, & red construction paper & heart shapes for a card on purple wood background with pink scissors & yellow glue stick and a child's hands

Get Your Free Printable February Brain Breaks for Homeschool Fun

These free February Brain Breaks for Homeschool Fun have a mix of seasonal and fun holiday themes. There are 24 different cards with prompts for charades, hands-on learning, challenges, and indoor activities. 

I encourage you to modify these activities to best meet the needs of your kids.

For example, I adapt these homeschool brain breaks for all of my boys (ages preschool to high school) to participate if they desire. I never force a brain break but occasionally find that even my oldest (16) likes to get in on the fun.

These free printable February Brain Breaks cards are awesome ways to help you kids enjoy focused learning fun breaks.

 

To get your free printable pack of February Brain Breaks for Homeschool Fun, simply subscribe to Rock Your Homeschool.  You will receive these printables in a PDF download in an email, along with a super-secret password that opens the vault to all RYHS freebies.  In addition to your freebies, you will be a weekly email with ways to rock your homeschool plus instant downloads to all new freebies.

(Psst!  Current RYHS members just need to access the Subscriber Freebies page and enter the password in your welcome email.  Or get the instant download in the email the week of this post)

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Have you tried brain breaks with your kids? What questions do you have about using these fun activities?
Let me know in the comments area below 🙂

 

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Love the idea of brain breaks for kids but not sure how to get started? Or prefer to have all of our brain breaks gathered into one organized and easy-to-use resource?

Check out Brain Breaks for Kids: Delightful Ways to Boost Learning & Enjoy Your Day! This simple guide provides tips and tricks for making the most out of your brain breaks PLUS all of our brain breaks prompts and cards in one download! Oh, and there are a few bonuses thrown in to make your brain breaks with kids experiences totally awesome!

This simple guide to Brain Breaks for Kids will help you enjoy learning fun activities in your homeschool, family, & classroom. Includes over 340 prompts for easy brain breaks for kids to enjoy.

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