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Keeping kids brain’s active during summer

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DENVER -- With kids getting out of school for the summer, it can be difficult for parents to find activities to keep their child's brain active.

Dr. Tami Eslich of Brain Balance Achievement Centers stopped by the show to provide us with some at-home exercises that families can do together during summer break.

Watch the video above for a closer look, and find more information at the Brain Balance Achievement Centers website.

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