Neuroscience for Kids: Brain Awareness Week

3/11/2014 8:00:00 AM
University of Washington presents this great website just for Brain Awareness Week, March 10-16. If you live in the Seattle area, there are events scheduled throughout the month. The Brain Awareness lessons address six topics related to the brain and nervous system, and there are suggestions on how to use the plan for one day or for the entire week. The Activity A Day link provides information and projects to use for a four-week course of study. The link you’ll want to keep handy all year is the Neuroscience Experiments and Activities page. It is filled with all sorts of ideas to create enthusiasm and learning about neuroscience in kids of all ages.
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