By Paul E. Dennison, Gail E. Dennison
This small publication has been translated into 20-some languages. It deals drawings of the 26 mind fitness center actions with uncomplicated descriptions of ways to do them, written in an easy tale shape that kids can comprehend. mom and dad, lecturers, and beginners looking extra in-depth descriptions and diversifications for the 26 actions locate those in mind fitness center: instructor s version via an analogous authors.
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Extra resources for Brain Gym: Simple Activities for Whole Brain Learning
30 The GROUNDER helps Josh focus his energy on what he is doing. Start with your legs comfortably apart. Point your right foot towards the right. Keep the left foot pointed straight ahead. Now bend the right knee as you exhale and, then, inhale as you straighten the right leg. Keep your hips tucked under. This strengthens the hip muscles (you feel it in the straight-leg side) and helps stabilize the back. Repeat three times, then repeat on the left side. 31 Energy Exercises In science class we learned that the brain has billions of tiny nerve cells called neurons.
Cross your ankles. Keep your knees relaxed. Bend forward and reach out in front of you. letting your arms glide down as you exhale and up as you inhale. Repeat to the left, right, and center. Change legs and repeat. My body feels lighter and more relaxed whenever I do this movement. 30 The GROUNDER helps Josh focus his energy on what he is doing. Start with your legs comfortably apart. Point your right foot towards the right. Keep the left foot pointed straight ahead. Now bend the right knee as you exhale and, then, inhale as you straighten the right leg.
36 Rocker - p. 20 Space Buttons - p. 37 Energizer - p. 23 *See E-K for Kids and Personalized Whole Brain Integration for more comprehensive information on crossing the midline and its relationship to academic skills. D. has been an educator all of his professional life. He is the creator of Edu-Kinesthetics and a pioneer in applied brain research. His discoveries are based upon an understanding of the interdependence of physical development, language acquisition and academic achievement. This belief system grew out of his background in curriculum development and experimental psychology at the University of Southern California where he was granted a Doctorate in Education for his research in beginning reading achievement and its relationship to covert speech skills.