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Neuroscience for Kids: Synaptic Tag

Kids can amaze their friends by learning these games that let them show off knowledge of synapses, nerve fibers, neurons, receptors, and action potential.
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Kids can amaze their friends by learning these games that let them show off knowledge of synapses, nerve fibers, neurons, receptors, and action potential. The games--tag, chain tag, freeze tag, jump rope, Marco Polo, hopscotch , and others -- are tied to information about topics in neuroscience. This is a great way to combine science with physical education.

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