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left brain

n.
The cerebral hemisphere to the left of the corpus callosum, controlling activities on the right side of the body, and in humans, usually controlling speech and language functions.
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Tell them their left brain helps them write and count.
Explain to your students that when they copy words, they are using the left side of their brains, because their left brain helps them read and write.
Explain that their left brain helps them with rhyming words.
Sequencing and working with numbers are both functions of our left brain.
The Bonus activity deals with order, which is a function of our left brain.
Though most math activities involve the left brain, this type of problem uses the right brain for spatial orientation.
Our visually oriented right brain helps us recognize faces, while our verbally adept left brain helps us remember names.