We know that our brains are in our heads and we also know that some heads are bigger than others. In this story we will “look” to see if animals with bigger heads have bigger brains and if bigger brains are better.
This story talks about how being able to do things independently and learning how to control behaviors (self-control) are things that make someone feel good and make their brain healthy.
Sleep is important for the survival of all animals. This story will describe what sleep is, why animals do it, and what your brain is doing while you are sleeping.
This story introduces children to the reward pathway, the place in your brain that makes you feel happy.
This story helps children to understand that everyone is able to learn things about the world around them, but what one person “knows” may be different from what another person “knows”.
This story emphasizes the importance of a healthy brain, and ways to keep one’s brain healthy.