Tweens and Teens

REM sleep is a term familiar to parents as many are seriously deprived of it. Defined as brain activity similar to “attentive wakefulness,” it is the stage wherein brains maintain and secure memory. Observing teens during their “wakeful” state makes me question how much memory retention occurs during their rapid eye movement. Most certainly they remember the roving eyes of the cute blond in chemistry or the athlete rapidly running with the football. Teens’ actions are more similar to a lesser known acronym to define stage one of sleep:  SWS  “slow wave sleep.”  

Posts here will focus on my experiences with tweens and teens and their actions during their Sluggish Wandering Stage.
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•  Toddlers can teach tweens a little about problem-solving in this video

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