- Rock N Roll Songs That Teach
- Get Funky
- Movin' To Math
Boomerboard activities can be incorporated with academics to teach and review lessons, increase classroom engagement, or use throughout the day to transition, brain boosters, or make learning fun with academic games!Activities are endless! Strategies are teacher friendly, time efficient, and make learning fun! A fun tool designed to introduce purposeful movement into the classroom,Students experience both the physical and neurological benefits of jumping, along with 50+ additional exercises to aid in balance, rhythm, core strength, spatial awareness, endurance, and can be used to work on all 12 foundations of learning readiness. The silent, non-distracting motion allows for a reprieve from the traditional classroom setting. Research shows that purposeful movement prepares the brain to learn, and creates an optimal environment for students.
Weight: 6lbs Dimensions: 22.2 x 18 x 6 Target Age Group: 1st Grade -12th Grade
BRAIN BODY BANDS: YELLOW (Low Resistance)
BRAIN BODY BANDS: GREEN (Medium Resistance)
*Classroom Sets include equal qty of yellow + green bands
*Bands may be used individually, or tied together for a variety of classroom activities included in Brain Band Activity Sheet!
- 3 Balance boards
- 3 Resistance Bands
- 3 Jump Ropes (assorted colors)
- 3 Juggle Stations (9 scarves total)
- 3 Cones with drill cards
- 3 Fitness Yoga Balance balls
- 3 Boomerboards
- 6 Balance Domes
- 3 Active/Motivational/Fitness Posters
- 8 Kinesthetic learning posters
- 1 Portable cart
Hearing a steady beat and keeping a steady beat develops the internal dialogue, that little voice inside your head. This inner dialogue starts around 3-5 years old by hearing/listening to human voices (talk, sing, pitch). Internal dialogue is necessary for acquiring receptive and expressive language.
These concepts aid the brain in auditory discrimination by sounding out letter sounds and words in a receptive language and discriminating words in spoken language.