TEDxEDUC Speaker and educational training expert Marcia Lee Unnever reveals the brain-based movement secrets that help kids FOCUS, feel CALMER, and SELF-REGULATE quickly in the classroom - from early childhood through elementary school and middle school.
Teacher, counselors, social workers and parents can learn how to help kids create a SHARPER BRAIN, IMPROVE READING AND MATH SCORES, and LOVE LEARNING.
EASY. EFFECTIVE. DRUG-FREE.
Solution for ADHD/ADD
TEDxEDUC speaker Marcia Lee Unnever, founder of Kids Focus, shows you how to use movement to create a sharper brain in two minutes. Start your own classroom revolution!
Kids Focus super-charges EARLY CHILDHOOD BRAIN AND
BEHAVIORAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT.
Kids Focus movements are SAFE, EASY,
and FUN for young children in the classroom.
Kids Focus uses brain-based research to
reduce behavior challenges and
foster mental and emotional growth.
In elementary school, children respond naturally to
Kids Focus movements with IMPROVED LEARNING, MEMORY
and BETTER BEHAVIOR. Students feel refreshed and
eager to learn in the classroom.
READING AND MATH SCORES CAN IMPROVE UP TO 20%.
At home, Kids Focus offers guidance on starting the day with movement, healthy nutrition, better sleep, and reduced screen time.
Kids Focus helps students DEVELOP FOCUS AND PERSEVERANCE
to master the greater learning demands of middle school.
Kids Focus helps IMPROVE STUDY SKILLS, ATTENTION,
and the ability to FINISH HOMEWORK and
classroom assignments ON TIME.
Kids Focus 1 is a HANDS-ON WORKSHOP filled with unique movements and the brain science behind switching on kids' brains
for focus and self-regulation. Kids Focus movements are safe, fun, and specifically designed FOR THE CLASSROOM.
Review Kids Focus 1 movements and master the CLASSROOM STRATEGIES for continuously helping kids focus, concentrate, feel calmer, and self-regulate every day, every hour in school.
Kids Focus 2 is a DIAGNOSTIC TOOL for teachers, counselors, and social workers
to provide HEALTHY SOLUTIONS
for individual students who are
struggling with focus and/or behavior
in the classroom and/or at home.