This story talks about all the things that your brain does that helps you to stay alive.
This story describes how engaging in altruistic, prosocial behaviors helps everyone’s social health.
This story describes how moving your body helps your muscles and your brain to stay healthy.
This story describes how fear can actually help you to learn and stay alive.
This story describes how the way that we learn changes as the world changes. Our ability to keep learning throughout our lifetime is what helps to keep our brain healthy.
In this story, the children set out on a SPECtacular adventure to explore the “Brain Zoo.” By comparing the four major components of a healthy brain (Social, Physical, Emotional, & Cognitive) to exhibits in a zoo, they will develop a deeper understanding of their brains’ functions.