Brain breaks have been popular for quite some time now. We’ve learned that regularly incorporating short movement activities throughout the instructional day not only allows children to get their wiggles out, but it energizes them while increasing their ability to focus on the next learning activity as well. Just smack up one of these short clips on your board and get to steppin’! These clips are sure to get your students (and maybe even you) moving and grooving!

Tip:  Pull up the videos privately before broadcasting them, as to avoid any questionable ads.


1) ‘The Sid Shuffle’ Ice Age Dance Video

2) Madagascar’s ‘I Like to Move It’ Video

3)  Wyclef Jean ‘Electric City’  Music Video

4)  Shake Break Video

5)  ‘The Ding Dong Song’ Crazy Frogs Video

6) The Learning Station’s ‘C’Mon Let’s Dance’ Video

7)  ‘The Cha Cha Slide’ Instructional Video

8)  ‘If You’re a Kid’ Instructional Video

9) Dancing Pandas Video

10) Sesame Street:  ‘Share it Maybe’ Video

11) Cee Lo Green’s ‘Kung Fu Fighting’ Video

12) Koo Koo Kanga Roo’s ‘What’s That You Say?’ Video

13) VINCI ‘The Hokey Pokey’ Video

14) They Might Be Giants ‘Clap Your Hands’ Video

15) ‘Move to Learn’ Fitness Break Video

16) Yogabbagabba’s ‘I Like To Dance’ Video

17) Kidz Bop ‘Chicken Noodle’ Soup Video

18) Eric Herman’s ‘Ants in Your Pants’ Video

19) Happy Feet Dance Video

20) Bazooka Bubble Gum Rap Video

21) The GiggleBellies ‘If You’re Happy And You Know It’ Video

22) Kidz Bop ‘Call Me Maybe’ Video

23)  EFlashApps ‘Tooty Ta Song’ Video

24)  The Sundance Kids Yoga/Music Video

25)  Kids Dancing Funny Video

26)  ChuChu TV Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes Video

27)  Po Pow Pay Video

28)  Hooplah Kidz ‘The Hokey Pokey’ Video

29)  Yo Gabba Gabba The Freeze Game Video

30)  Debbie Doo and Friends ‘Let’s Star Jump’ Video

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...


We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.


©2024 | All Rights Reserved.

Log in with your credentials

Forgot your details?