Georgia students exercise their brains to improve reading

01/26/2009 | Macon Telegraph (Ga.), The

Students at a Georgia elementary take breaks throughout the day for Brain Gym activities -- exercises like rubbing their ears or collar bones -- which are said to boost brain function. Developers of the program say the 28 movements can improve reading skills if performed regularly, and teachers say the exercises also help students relax.

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