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Latest Motor skills Stories

2013-09-15 23:01:06

A playful painting activity and a laundry list of ideas that develop fine motor skills have been released on Kids Activities Blog.

2013-09-14 23:00:34

Activities to help develop fine motor skills and a playful painting activity have been released on Kids Activities Blog.

Paying Attention To Error Keeps Your Motor Memories Alive
2013-06-04 15:47:04

A new study by researchers at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore has found that people who can’t see their errors when performing a physical task will lose that skill, not because the brain forgets, but because it has selected an inadequate technique.

2012-04-25 21:30:21

Lefties have always been a bit of a puzzle. Representing only 10 percent of the general human population, left-handers have been viewed with suspicion and persecuted across history.

2012-02-22 15:00:00

A new study from Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit finds a strong correlation between brain dominance and the ear used to listen to a cell phone, with more than 70 percent of participants holding

2012-02-15 10:31:21

We like to think of ourselves as rational creatures, absorbing information, weighing it carefully, and making thoughtful decisions.

2012-02-09 21:23:22

When you see a picture of a hand, how do you know whether it’s a right or left hand?

2012-01-25 08:00:00

With Valentine's Day around the corner, those in the market for a Valentine should look for a lefty.

2012-01-17 22:39:49

What happens in the brain of right-handed people if their dominant hand is immobile for two weeks?

2011-11-20 08:00:00

Lefty's the Left Hand Store has created the World's Biggest Selection of True Left-Handed Scissors and Shears.


Word of the Day
coulisse
  • One of the side scenes of the stage in a theater, or the space included between the side scenes.
  • The outside stock exchange, or “curb market,” of Paris.
  • A flute or groove on the blade of a sword.
  • A section of stage scenery placed in a wing of a theatre.
The word 'coulisse' comes from a French word meaning "sliding door".
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