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To get started immediately, have a look at these movement-based sample Lesson Plans. You can find a basic lesson on Shapes, “Picnic Shapes”, 1st grade Math, CCSS: 1.G.2 and 1.G.3 here and a Lesson Plan on Median, Mean and Mode an introduction to basic statistics. Part 1 and Part 2 here.

Our Lesson Plan section features scores of easy to copy Lesson Plans. These have been created by teachers for teachers with the assistance of university professors and are adapted to Common Core Standards.

In our trial classrooms we have seen increased engagement, improved test scores, and a reduction in trips to the bathroom and principals office because the lessons are so much fun that the children actually want to participate.

If you cannot find a Lesson Plan for your particular topic, please use our Forum to request a custom lesson plan idea.

To ensure that delivery of the lessons is to the optimal standard and to really understand the neuro-science that underlies them, make sure you also take the Movement Method 1&2 online course or live workshop.

This course not only details the science but also the Movement Method Learning Equation which shows you how physical and human environment enable optimal learning and retaining of information, and how the 8 easy to apply guidelines help you set yourself and the child up for success.

Join the ever growing community of teachers that is saving time and sanity by encouraging their children to learn more effectively.