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Movement-based curriculum and interventions for PreK - Grade 4. Reading. Math. Handwriting.

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Develop fluency in reading, math, and handwriting in 20 minutes a day or less

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A New Link Between Movement and Developmental Language Disorder

A New Link Between Movement and Developmental Language Disorder

A part of the brain associated with movement is abnormal in children with developmental language impairments.

Brain Mechanism Found to Determine Which Memories Last

Brain Mechanism Found to Determine Which Memories Last

Which memories are tagged as important enough to linger in the brain until sleep makes them permanent?
Does Spaced Learning Work in the Real World?

Does Spaced Learning Work in the Real World?

Varying what we study and spacing out our learning over time can both be helpful for retaining memories — it just depends on what we’re trying to remember.