Brainiac Week…

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Unleash your brainiac mind for National Brain Awareness Week. Every minute, every second our brain is working, just think about. Our brain does so much for ourselves and our society.

Unleash your brainiac mind for National Brain Awareness Week. Every minute, every second our brain is working, just think about. Our brain does so much for ourselves and our society. Using our brains helps us students do good in school. This story your reading wouldn’t be possible to understand if you didn’t have a brain.

National Brain Awareness Week was created by The Dana Foundation and has been going strong for 17 years.  BAW (Brain Awareness Week) will begin March 12th to the 18th. The Brain Awareness Week is basically to promote/ raise awareness about the process and benefits of brain research. It incorporates with the birthday of our brain leader Albert Einstein whose birthday is March 14th. 
I recently got to talk to Tanya Mitchell, an associate at LearningRx (brain improvement center). She said, “The Brain Awareness event is a week full of activities to get your brain working and even though it is just a week, the events go through the whole month.” Adding to that she said that LearningRx can help improve your brain through brain training. Just think, it doesn’t matter how big or smart you brain is; it’s always striving for new knowledge. If we could get kids and adults to open up and be willing to learn new techniques, we would have more Einstein’s solving the world’s problems.

 

There are many activities you can do for Brain Awareness Week like create a brain puzzle book filled with problems that make your brain think to find the answer or review brain facts between you and your friends.  For example, did you know the brain contains billions of nerve cells that send and receive information around the body? Whatever you do I hope your Brain Awareness Week is brainerific!

 

To check out more information or get brain activities, check out www.LearningRx.com or www.dana.org/brainweek/. Be proud of your big brain.