These free October Brain Breaks will help you have awesome homeschool fun with your kids!
These focused activities are perfect for breaks during distance learning, homeschool, and more 🙂
Find out how you can download and print these cards with seasonal and fun holiday prompts today.
Why Brain Breaks Can Help You Rock Your Homeschool!
Homeschool brain breaks are fabulous ways to help your kids take a focused breather during your day.
These Brain Breaks with themes perfect for October can help your kids retain information better and relieve stress. Plus, brain breaks are great motivators to get started with your day and get homeschool work done.
These printable prompts are based on fun holidays and seasonal themes. The free printable cards provide prompts with super cool themes like:
- popcorn (October is Popcorn Month!)
- dinosaurs (It’s also Dinosaur Month)
These homeschool brain breaks include prompts with hands-on activities, as well as get-up-and-move exercises. A few easy crafts and creative drawing activities are also provided.
Get Your Free October Brain Breaks!
Grab your FREE set of October Brain Breaks today!
There are a total of 24 printable cards (4 pages 6 cards each). That’s a whole lot of focused learning fun to add to your homeschool day!
Please feel free to print out as many copies of these brain breaks cards as you need. If you have a friend or family member who might like to enjoy these activities with kids, please share the link to this post.
When you join the Rock Your Homeschool community, you’ll 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 get emails with creative and easy ways to make life and learning fun 🙂
(Psst! Current RYHS members just need to access the Subscriber Freebies Library page and enter the password in your welcome email. Or get the instant download in the email the week of this post)
How will you use these free printable cards for Brain Breaks with your kids this October?