Hands On is Brains On

I recently did a presentation at Kidsquest Children’s Museum in Bellevue, WA on how kids learn, titled Hands On is Brains On.

It combines information on the basics of brain development, ideas about the important of offering a balance of learning opportunities, the benefits of free play, and the parent/teacher’s role in play-based learning.

You can check out the powerpoint handout here, or, if you’re a parent educator, you can download a powerpoint presentation that you could edit and use in your own classroom.

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2 thoughts on “Hands On is Brains On

  1. Sim says:

    Hi, thank you for posting your presentation here. I wanted to attend your talk and was disappointed to miss it. This is the next best thing!

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