National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences: Riddles and Brain Teasers

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This array of riddles and brain teasers are sure to sharpen problem-solving skills. Students can follow the links to learn more about the brain and how it works, and find out about stream pollution and frog deformities when they play the frog leap game.

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National Institutes of Health: Health Information

National Institutes of Health: Health Information The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, through the National Institute of Health, provides a comprehensive resource on health issues. Browse hundreds of health topics using the alphabetical index or click into health news especially for men,

Brain Connection

Name: Brain Connection Brief Description of the Site: Brain Connection is a comprehensive Web site that provides useful information about the brain and learning. The site is well organized and provides numerous sections such as "Education Connection," "Brain Teasers,""Library," and "Professional Development."

Brain Teasers

Name: Brain Teasers Brief Description of the Site: Sponsored by publisher Houghton Mifflin, this colorful site offers thought-provoking questions for three age groups: 3-4, 5-6,and 7-8. Each Wednesday a new question is added, but the past three weeks’ worth of questions, and, more importantly, answers, are

Games for the Brain

There are many unique games like Rotate where you decide which pieces need to be rotated to see the picture or Memocoly where you memorize the colors you see in order after a quick flash.