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Brain Hat
Brain Puzzle
Stroop Test
This is the series of Great Artist books
we're using in our classroom.  They are
written in an engaging way with lots of
colorful examples of the artwork.
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Human Body Encyclopedia
This is the series of Great Artist books
we're using in our classroom.  They are
written in an engaging way with lots of
colorful examples of the artwork.
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Claude Monet is well known for his beautiful
water scenes!  This is a fun (and messy) finger
painting craft that will leave children with
beautiful results.  The materials used are simple
and you're sure to have them on hand in your art
supply closet. I suggest you try this craft
beforehand to get a feel for removing the tape.
Brain Crafts & Activities
Make a Brain Hat!
This is an awesome activity, and really got my
children excited about our upcoming lesson on
the brain!  We downloaded this craft free from
EllenJMcHenry.com, where you can find TONS of
other amazing
Help children easily learn the names of the
different lobes of the brain by printing out our
brain puzzle.  Print on heavy cardstock and
laminate for best results.  Then cut along the
dividing lines of each lobe.
Brain Puzzle Printable
This is a fun activity where children try to say the
colors of the color words as fast as they can.  (So
the top row they'd say, "Red, Black, Green, Blue,
Yellow, Red")  It's more difficult then it looks and
makes for lots of giggles.  Ask children why it's so
Nervous System Charts
Use these charts to explain to children that the
nervous system is made up of the brain, the
spinal cord, and neurons.  These are great for
recording key facts from text books to store in
your journals or lapbooks
Nervous System Chart
Nervous System Notebooking Sheet
Brain & Neuron FFG
We've got a brain file folder game over on our
sister site: FileFolderFun.com
There is also a
Nerve labeling game for children
who are learning about the Nervous System.  
Both games have a follow up worksheet to "Show
you Know"
Make an Electric Neuron
Sometimes making a simple construction paper
model is a great way to learn more about
something.  We used some brightly colored
printer paper to make these electric neurons and
later labeled each part.
Egg Carton Spinal Cord
I made this to use as a visual demonstration for
how the spinal cord can bend, as well as discuss
the nervous system with the string also be a great
project for older children.
Needle/Thread: Egg Carton, Noodle.
J-E-L-L-O on the Brain?
What could be more fun then actually making a
JELLO brain!  You can get a brain mold from
Jello
for under $5, and you're children are sure to use
this again and again over the years!
Brain Puzzle
Stroop Test Brain Game
Learning about the Human Body is great fun!  Exploring and understanding the amazing structure and
design within the composition of human life,  inevitably points to a Creator.  Oh what a blessing to be made
in the image of God!  Use our crafts, activities and ideas to enhance your science lessons!
Step-by-Step Tutorial
Electric Neuron Craft
Spinal Cord Craft
Brain File Folder Games
Jello Brain