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(עברית) מסכים או ספרים? מתוך פרונטירז מדע לצעירים

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Books, Podcasts and Fun Reading for Children!

Our research shows that listening to stories increases brain activity related to attention, language and vision! Therefore we've collected some options for listening to/reading great stories for kids from around the web and in addition, we invite you to join our storytelling project: Grandparents - record a video in which you tell a

Fun Activities for quality time with your children!

Mindfulness training by Muda center, IDC Herzliya: https://www.muda.idc.ac.il/ Frontiers for young minds: https://kids.frontiersin.org/ 50 Plus Easy Indoor Activities For Kids by "hello, Wonderful": https://www.hellowonderful.co/post/easy-indoor-activities-for-kids/ Disney and Kennedy Space Center offer free online activities for children: On the Space Center's Facebook page, they offer science lessons on a variety of topics related to space

Celebrate US National Reading Month – March 2020!

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” - Dr. Seuss In honor of Dr. Seuss's birthday, March is designated as National Reading Month - a month to motivate Americans of all ages to read every day. So throughout this month

The role of executive functions in Hebrew-speaking children: now enrolling!

We examine the role of executive functions in reading in children aged 8-12. The purpose of this study is to examine the involvement of executive functions in reading and reading improvement in 8-12-years-old children, with normal reading abilities and among children with difficulties. Watch the Educational Neuroimaging Center video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gq04qDv4eZc For additional information on fMRI: https://neuroimaging-center.technion.ac.il/volunteer/  

The Importance of Literacy in Young Children – Now Enrolling!

In the study, we examine the language development among toddlers aged 2-3.5-years-old and the brain synchronization between the mother and the child using EEG, while performing various activities around stories reading and listening.