Brain-Training Toys for the Baby Crowd? Long before goos and gah turn into recognizable words, baby brains are hard at work distinguishing the sounds of their home language, and creating connections that will support future language production. Now, new research appears to show that all the hard work could be accelerated with a little specialized training
What Does the Fox Say an Onomatopoeia Activity This three day lesson focuses on Onomatopoeias in Poetry Using Ylvis poplar song. This is includes a teacher note guide with links to support the lesson An onomatopoeia vocab poster Two worksheets for the students to complete
There are 12 pairs of nerves that are connected directly to the brain stem. In contrast to peripheral nerves, which may have a variety of functions, cranial nerves tend to have a few specific functions. The cranial nerves are a common subject of study for anatomy students. These students typically make use of mnemonic phrases to memorize the names of these nerves.
Below, you will find lesson plans for news, media and information literacy, including lesson plans from the Robert R. McCormick Foundation Why News Matters initiative, the Journalism Education Association, The News Literacy Project, The Center for News Literacy at Stonybrook University, and Columbia Links. SchoolJournalism.org also has lesson plans for journalism and civic engagement and...
Poem: Anxiety… By ERICA LOBERG Is an untamed beast A dragon you can’t slay A heartbeat that rips through your chest A tired eyeball A rushed tongue A darting eye A lot of madness Anxiety will eat you alive Unless you find a way to temper it. -eml