Here is a list of some of my favorite books, articles, websites:

Sousa, D.A. (2006). How the Brain Learns (3rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press

Sousa, D.A. ((2007). How the Special Needs Brain Learns (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press

Jensen, E. (2008). Teaching with the Brain in Mind (2nd ed.). Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Amen, E.G. (2010). Change Your Brain, Change Your Body. New York, Harmony Books

Doidge, N. M.D. (2007) The Brain That Changes Itself. New York, Viking, Penguin Group

Sunbeck, D. Ph.D. (2002) The Complete Infinity Walk, Book 1, The Physical Self. The Leonardo Foundation Press

Sunbeck, D. Ph.D. (1996) Infinity Walk, Preparing your mind to learn! (2nd ed.) Torrance, CA: Jalmar Press

Dennison, P., Dennison, G. (2010) Brain Gym, Teacher’s Edition, Ventura, CA: Hearts At Play, Inc, a division of Edu-Kinesthetics, Inc.

Costandi, Moheb, (2016) Neuroplasticity: The MIT Press Essential Knowledge Series

Websites: Want to keep your brain in shape? Work it! Does neuroplasticity work? Answered by Nicole Gravagna, PhD Neuroscientist, Author of MindSet Your Manners Wired Together: Brain Retraining and Neuroplasticity-Invisible Disabilities Association-IDA Early Childhood News, Optimizing Early Brain and Motor Development Through Movement

- purpose of this website is to provide parents, teachers, and therapists with fun eye exercises to enhance their children’s visual processing skills for better school performance and sustained attention. TedTalks, (Dec. 15, 2015).  After watching this, your brain will not be the same | Lara Boyd | TEDxVancouver 


Articles:  Impact of Coordinated-Bilateral Physical Activities on Attention and Concentration in School-Aged Children.Published online 2018 May 28 Boost Your Baby's Brain Connectivity with Bilateral Movement. June 7, 2017, Yvette Hwee Thinking, Walking, Talking: Integratory Motor and Cognitive Brain Function. Impact of Integrated Movement-Based Activities on Primary School Aged Students in the Classroom Contributions of Cognitive Function to Straight and Curved-Path Walking in Older Adults.  New Finding: Different Types of Exercise Affect Different Parts of Your Brain Walking Along Curved Trajectories. Changes with Age and Parkinson's Disease. Hint to Rehabilitation. Skill Can Be Assessed in Older Adults: Validity of Figure-of-8 Walk Test. Brain-Right Brain. "The right brain, like the left brain, supports language..."