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Brain Gym Exercises With Left Handed and Right Handed Movements

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Brain Gym Exercises With Left Handed & Right Handed Movements
Brain Gym Exercises With Left Handed & Right Handed Movements

Brain Gym exercises include specific movements designed to improve concentration, focus and memory. Educators use Brain Gym activities to improve students’ academic achievements, attitude and organizational skills. Brain Gym movements may also help to enhance physical coordination, relationships and self-responsibility. Some exercises use both left and right handed movements.

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Brain Hemispheres

When you focus on movements that cross the midline of your body, you help integrate the left and right hemispheres in your brain. This helps to improve coordination, as midline crossing movements are routine used in daily life. When a child begins to crawl, or an adult walks, he is using movements that cross the body’s midline.

Double Doodle

Draw with both hands at the same time during the Double Doodle exercise. Draw specific shapes such as circles, squares…

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