New study suggests Alzheimer’s patients could restore lost memories New research suggests that our memories may not be stored in our synapses, as previously thought. If true, it means patients in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease may be able to one day reactivate their lost memories. 22 DEC 2014
Thought this could be a fun way to implement a physical activity lesson that gets students moving and interacting with others. This activity relates to the health and physical education planned curriculum, focusing on the strand of movement competence: skills, concepts and strategies. Students get to spin the board and whatever it falls on he or she must complete the physical movement for a certain amount of time.
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