Thursday, August 17, 2017

Worry Eaters Gobble Up Children's Worries


Kids shouldn't have worries keeping them awake when they need their sleep. Worry Eaters is a fun way to help put those worries to bed by transferring them to the toy as Stan demonstrates. Might not be a bad idea for we adults to do the same!

https://mozarteinsteinme.com/

At Mozart Einstein & Me, we have one of the largest selections of right-brain enhancing learning tools and games, along with unique gifts, most of which have been created in Europe. It is always changing based on our latest finds while holding on to outstanding best sellers. Most of the gifts and learning tools and games in our store are under $20, so they are perfect for birthday parties, gifts for young children all the way to adults.

We also have unique greeting cards, inexpensive artwork, music boxes, and a thousand more things, along with all of our musical offerings such as guitars, accessories, sheet music, strings, ukeleles, and a lot more. Come check it out for yourself, and see if you don’t say, “This is my favorite new store!"

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Selecting a Brass Musical Instrument


Menzie Pittman, a member of the National Association of Music Merchants, helps you decide if the Brass family is the right instrument for you!

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Behunin Pottery Makes Unique Gifts


Mozart, Einstein & Me carries a line of Behunin Pottery that makes unique gifts that are sure to please. We have two stores in the SF Bay area in Livermore and Benicia CA.

See more at https://mozarteinsteinme.com/

At Mozart Einstein & Me, we have one of the largest selections of right-brain enhancing learning tools and games, along with unique gifts, most of which have been created in Europe. It is always changing based on our latest finds while holding on to outstanding best sellers. Most of the gifts and learning tools and games in our store are under $20, so they are perfect for birthday parties, gifts for young children all the way to adults.

We also have unique greeting cards, inexpensive artwork, music boxes, and a thousand more things, along with all of our musical offerings such as guitars, accessories, sheet music, strings, ukeleles, and a lot more. Come check it out for yourself, and see if you don’t say, “This is my favorite new store!"

Friday, August 11, 2017

What Happens When You Have a Concussion? - Clifford Robbins


Each year in the United States, players of sports and recreational activities receive between 2.5 and 4 million concussions. How dangerous are all those concussions? The answer is complicated and lies in how the brain responds when something strikes it. Clifford Robbins explains the science behind concussions.

Lesson by Clifford Robbins, animation by Boniato Studio.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Cool Circuits - An Awesome Brain Game!



Electrify your brain with this challenging puzzler! The object is to place all of the pieces on the board to successfully complete the circuit; do so, and the entire board lights up! Cool Circuits emphasizes spatial reasoning and abstract thinking with over 40 different challenges ranging from student to expert. Can you solve them all?

Includes: 1 light up board, 8 fluorescent 3-D puzzle pieces and 40 challenge cards.

Cool Circuits is available at Mozart, Einstein & Me!

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Playing Musical Instruments in the MRI - The Brain on Music



How does learning to play a musical instrument change the brain? Can music be instrumental (pun intended!) in helping people recovering from strokes?

These are just two questions being answered by researchers at McGill university and the Montreal Neurological Institute. Neurologist Robert Zatorre and his PhD Student Melanie Segado worked with Prof. Marcelo Wanderley, an engineer in the Schulich School of Music, and his student Avrum Hollinger in creating a cello that could be played in an MRI scanner to see how the brain changes as a result of playing a musical instrument.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

The Left Brain vs. Right Brain Myth - Elizabeth Waters


The human brain is visibly split into a left and right side. This structure has inspired one of the most pervasive ideas about the brain: that the left side controls logic and the right side controls creativity. And yet, this is a myth, unsupported by scientific evidence. So how did this idea come about, and what does it get wrong? Elizabeth Waters looks into this long held misconception.

Lesson by Elizabeth Waters, animation by Daniel Gray.