Learning with the body in mind: the scientific basis for energizers, movement, play, games, and physical education
Formerly a publication of The Brain Store
Capitalize on your students' high energy using these research-based movement activities to increase intrinsic motivation, improve attitudes, strengthen memory, and boost achievement in your classroom.
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