Well Balanced Child

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Hawthorn Press, Oct 10, 2014 - Psychology - 304 pages
The Well Balanced Child is a passionate manifesto for a "e;whole body"e; approach to learning which integrates the brain, senses, movement and play. This fully revised edition includes a new chapter with a story and movement exercise that parents can use to help children reach their potential.

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Foreword by Harold N Levinson
Brain and Body Developing the Mind
The Music of Language
Music and the Brain
Of Many Minds
Feeding Growth and the Brain
Turning Children Around
Education through Movement
The First Playground

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Sally Goddard Blythe is Director of the Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology, a respected researcher of children's learning difficulties and an authority on remedial programmes. Her books include The Genius of natural Childhood, What Babies and Children Really Need and Reflexes, Learning and Behaviour.

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