Saturday, July 6, 2024

FREE MISC. LESSON - “How Looking at Cute Animals Benefits Students - Video”

by Stress Less with Susan
Pre-Kindergarten - 12th Grade

Did you know that simply looking at cute animals can boost students' relaxation and mental performance? It's true! This free video explains research that demonstrated these effects. Not to mention watching this video will give you a dose of warm and fuzzies too!

Show it to your AP Psychology class or use it as a brain break for your stressed-out students (or yourself, really). Watch and feel the tension just go away!

This is why I love to incorporate cuteness into my resources. Take a look at these

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