A Double Dutch | Brain Games

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today we’re going to play a game
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specifically designed to test your
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spatial awareness meet the brain games
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double dutch team now what does jumping
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rope have to do with the brain well
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double dutch requires off-the-chart
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spatial awareness today these kids are
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gonna help us test yours for this game
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all you have to do is keep track of the
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number of times the either of the girls
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in green jumps you’ll count each time
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one of them lands a jump like this 1 2 3
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4 5 as you can see these jumpers are
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pretty quick on their feet so you’re
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gonna have to pay attention to keep up
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when the whistle blows start counting
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ready
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so how many jumps did the green team
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make did you say 38
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if so you agreed with 40% of our test
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audience now some of you may be on to us
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but for those of you who aren’t did you
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happen to notice anything else going on
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during the double dutch maybe a giant
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chicken strolling right through the
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middle of the set and doing a funky
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chicken dance now some of you may have
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missed that funky chicken but many of
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you probably saw it and that’s okay
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because the chicken was just there to
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distract you too here’s the real
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question what color was the wall behind
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the double dutch game here’s a hit it
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wasn’t the same color at the end as it
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was when they started joking the back
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wall was changing color the entire time
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from bright blue to bright red nearly
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everyone misses it but why it turns out
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there’s far too much information coming
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in through the eyes at any given moment
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the brain to fully process all of it as
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a result the brain has to act like a
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spotlight focusing our attention on some
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parts of the scene but not others now
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most of you were probably paying
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attention to the jumpers and some of you
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may have suspected that something
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strange was going to happen and so you
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saw the chicken but you probably weren’t
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paying attention to the back wall and
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what we don’t pay attention to we don’t
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see
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and hey for those of you who managed to
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catch everything so far did you notice
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that we also swapped the rope Turner’s

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