If an explosion sent a steel rod through your head, would you be able to get up? Would you be able to walk and talk? Could you tell your doctor what happened to you? Amazingly, Phineas Gage did! But, could he make a complete recovery with a big hunk of his brain missing?
Through the unfolding, fascinating story of Phineas Gage's life after the accident, you will see the growth of doctors' understanding of the brain and how it works. You'll love the gruesome illustrations, too!
Fingerprints, My Footprints
Interactive Brain and Its Parts--Awesome!!
12-page Kids' Wings Study Guide for Phinease
Our special thanks to Rose's Classical Page for the background music: E Lucevan Le Stelle from "Tosca" by GIACOMO PUCCINI (1858-1924)
Kids' Wings has created outstanding activities for each novel, units which provide the latest in integrated curriculum.
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