Students create ‘Brain Games’



Fifth-graders in the Pegasus program at Riverview Middle School recently hosted an activity inspired by the National Geographic show “Brain Games. Students began by studying the parts of the brain, what they control and how memories are made. They then reviewed activities from episodes of “Brain Games” and chose one activity to lead. Visitors were invited to take part in the activities, then view “What Am I?” slideshows created by the students that explained which part of the brain that was responsible for each activity. Students also created “Thinking Cap Brain Maps” from papier mache, which they labeled with the parts of the brain and what each is responsible for controlling. 
Submitted photo Fifth-graders in the Pegasus program at Riverview Middle School recently hosted an activity inspired by the National Geographic show “Brain Games. Students began by studying the parts of the brain, what they control and how memories are made. They then reviewed activities from episodes of “Brain Games” and chose one activity to lead. Visitors were invited to take part in the activities, then view “What Am I?” slideshows created by the students that explained which part of the brain that was responsible for each activity. Students also created “Thinking Cap Brain Maps” from papier mache, which they labeled with the parts of the brain and what each is responsible for controlling. Submitted photo

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