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Neuroscience for Kids: Brain Awareness Week

This site offers amazing brain activities including lesson plans, experiments, activities, greeting cards, bookmarks, poster sets, and much more.
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Since October 13 is National Train Your Day, it seems fitting we check out some brain activities. This site offers amazing brain activities including lesson plans, experiments, activities, greeting cards, bookmarks, poster sets, and much more. Click on “Worksheets, Games, Coloring Book” to find links to hundreds of printable activities including the following: Word searches, crosswords, worksheets, mazes, coded messages, bookmarks, Sudoku puzzles, Neuroscience dominoes, coloring books and calendars, fill-in-the blank worksheets, games, PDF pages, lessons, and treasure hunts. These are all designed to train your brain. This is a treasure trove for students, teachers, and parents.

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