Study: Game of behavior control can predict student success

06/8/2009 | ScienceDaily

Kindergartners who were able to control their behavior through a game called "Head-Toes-Knees-Shoulders" performed better in reading, vocabulary and math than their peers who could not, according to researchers. The game requires students to respond to a command to touch their toes by doing the opposite action and instead touching their head.

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