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This infographic discusses each of the following structures of the brain and their functions: Frontal Lobe, Parietal Lobe, Occipital Lobe, Cerebellum and Temporal Lobe. It also discusses the right and left hemispheres of the brain and what they are responsible for controlling.

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from STEAM Education

Brain Hat Activity

Great science/art activity for students! Learn about the major lobes of the brain while utilizing multiple intelligences.  I use this activity to explain the structure of the cerebrum and cerebral ...

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When teaching your students to vary their sentence beginnings, use this list of 8 different ways to begin sentences. Give students a copy to keep in their Writing folders for reference! Writer's Workshop, Sentence Fluency, Sentence Beginnings, Six Traits, 6 Traits

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This infographic takes a look at what happens in our brains when we lie -- and how it shows in our actions.
from Mashable

What Happens When You Tell a Lie?

This infographic takes a look at what happens in our brains when we lie -- and how it shows in our actions.

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from clinicalposters.com

Anatomy of the Brain anatomy poster

Anatomy of the Brain anatomy poster depicts base and right side views of arteries of the brain as well as venous sinuses.

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Yoga Can Literally Change The Structure of Your Brain

FREE Toxicology Course on Neurotoxicity, Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous System, Cells of the Nervous System

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It is a personal goal of mine to eliminate the stigma that surrounds MENTAL HEALTH disorders. Spread the word and share your story. MUCH LOVE, M

It is a personal goal of mine to eliminate the stigma that surrounds MENTAL HEALTH disorders. Spread the word and share your story. MUCH LOVE, M

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from 3rd Grade Thoughts

whole brain teaching

3rd Grade Thoughts: whole brain teaching As soon as I saw these, I immediately thought of using them as alternatives to our class' 10-Finger Woo! You can read all about that HERE, but the short of it is that anytime a student volunteers/shares an answer/does something awesome in my class, I'll say, "Let's give so-and-so a 10-Finger Woo!"

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