Brian Breaks – The Almost Impossible #2
There is one square on THE FAMILY GAME board,around half-way, called a Brain Break. Whoever lands on it first triggers a Brain Break.
What is a Brain Break? As it suggests, a Brain Break is a break for the brain; a rest from thinking and concentrating. Why do we need it? Because after 20 to 25 minutes of concentration in a classroom, a boardroom or even playing an educational board game like the family game, the human brain starts to tire and concentration begins to lag. At this point, a Brain Break is needed. How does it work? It simply gives the brain time to ‘re-charge’ and prepare itself for the next spell of concentration and thinking. Who can use Brain Breaks? Teachers, parents, lecturers, students, pupils, presenters, families on long journeys – you name it! Oh, and of course they are built into The Family Game! How long should they be? Even 1 minute helps but any Brain Break up to 3 or 4 minutes in length will prove beneficial.
|Dimensions||12 x 12 x 1 cm|