Neuroscience for Kids: Brain Awareness Week - Tech Learning

Neuroscience for Kids: Brain Awareness Week

University of Washington presents this great website just for Brain Awareness Week
Publish date:

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.

courtesy of Knovation



Brain Boosters

Brain Boosters Discovery School offers a terrific "categorized archive of challenging Brain Boosters." Choose from hundreds of engaging activities pertaining to Categorization, Lateral Thinking, Reasoning, Logic, Word and Letter Play, Spatial Awareness, and Number and Math Play. All activities are

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."

Class Brain: State Report

Class Brain: State Report The perennial classroom project is a report on a U.S. state. Who of us hasn't had to do one? For today's students his site certainly makes the task easier to complete. Just click on a state to find Websites and information on a particular agriculture, capital city, current

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