Both sides of the brain are essential in the experience of art. Without the right brain to experience art, it would lose its beauty and meaning. Without the left-brain to organize it, art would be incomplete and incomprehensible.
December is a time for getting together with family and celebrating with each other. It is a time to reflect on the past year and remember all the great things that have happened.
The right side of your brain is in a panic. It broke into a cold sweat just thinking about taking a test. The right side hates multiple choice, short answer, true false questions and essays. It’s completely contrary to the way the right side of the brain works.
Our children are being asked to put aside their creative thinking in order to fit inside a box.
While tidying up Brayden’s papers, I noticed his handwriting was sloppy and inconsistent. So, what are we going to do? I’m creating the first EVER…. Brownie Bear Handwriting Challenge!
Music, songs and a basic rhythm can be something we take for granted… but what actually happens to our brain when we hear a piece of music?
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