Do you need quiet hallway games for students to participate in sensory motor brain breaks? This packet of printable Hallway Waiting Games, created by Claire Heffron OTR/L and Lauren Drobnjak PT, is great for easy, no-prep sensory motor breaks to hang up in the hallway.
This 12 page PDF printable pack will be available electronically immediately following payment.
How to Use the Quiet Hallway Games:
- Download and print the activities. Laminate for durability and so you can sanitize by wiping them off.
- Teach and review with the students the 10 different, easy to carry out, activities.
- Students can participate independently in sensory motor brain breaks in the hallway!
When to Use the Quiet Hallway Games:
- keep kids engaged and calm while waiting in the hallway.
- quick movement breaks in the hallway or the classroom.
- great brain breaks for during homework time too!
What Are the Games?
There are 10 hallway games included: Wall Sits, Wall Push Ups, Finger Ladder, Mazes, Finger Isolation Challenge, Balance Challenge, Yoga Poses, Breathing Prompt, I Spy and Mini Balance Beam Challenge.
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