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Brain Breaks | Spanish

20+ cue slides and instructions for brain breaks

Multi level
Google Drive
41 Pages

Make quick brain breaks a regular part of your classes with these reusable cue slides!

This product features 20 QUICK AND EASY brain breaks. For each brain break, there is a cue slide (in Spanish) and a separate instructions slide (for the teacher to reference).

Cue slides can be copied and pasted into any slideshow that you use in class. The product download is a PDF that contains a clickable link to a Drive folder, which holds an editable Google Slides presentation. Convert to PDF or PPT for easy use!

To see examples of the brain breaks used, please click here.


  • I've always wondered how to implement brain breaks. I especially need them in my AP Spanish Language and Literature classes. These are perfect to help my students move and take a mental break.

    Patricia M.
  • I love doing these quick brain breaks with students. Having these beautiful slides to put into my lessons to remind me to do the brain breaks is very helpful. All of Comprehensible Classrooms materials are so visually appealing.

    Melissa K.
  • I couldn't have come up with these on my own! I knew it was important to have breaks in class, but probably never would have integrated them without this resource.

    E Whitney S.
  • My Spanish 1 students loved this resoure. We use la Gotadera and Vamos a contar and it has been a huge succes to help them learn numbers. Engagement has improved a lot since adding these brain breaks.

    Fiorella N.
  • These are great for a break during class. I have used a variety of these and my students have started to ask if it is time to do a BRAIN BREAK activity.

    Suzanne K.
  • It's nice to be able to give students a chance to rest their minds without completing stepping away from the target language.

    Amy P.
  • My students really enjoyed these games. I even used the counting game during a field day break in middle school. It went over so well!

    Stephanie M.

Brain Breaks | Spanish


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