Mega Brain Boost Game
The foremost focus of any education is to enhance one’s brain’s functionality. Although this can’t be done using serums or formulas just as we’ve seen in movies, engaging in complex problem solving activities can help a lot in this matter.
However, before one can even engage in this matter, the understanding of how the brain functions are important. That is why children should also be engaged in a game called mega brain boost game. Similar to other games that focus on explaining the workability of different human parts, this game focuses on illustrating how a human mind works.
Just like other games, it merges different components in the form of a human shape. Each part represents the core functioning portions of the brain. The interactive element about it is the use of examples that can illustrate the part of the brain that becomes affected by each activity.
While children can hold each part, they should first know what does it do. When a certain activity is performed for example joy or sadness, the child with the part should respond. This activity will allow them to remember the function of the part of the brain that they’re holding. In addition, the message flow sequence can also be added to this process.
This would illustrate how the human brain sends and receives messages across different sections. Again this can be interconnected with the activity phase. When a certain activity occurs, a message will be sent from different portions. The children holding their respective portions will move the message until it reaches the right part. Once reached, the child with the right part will narrate its function and relay the message back to the parts it received from.
What Are Its Benefits?
- Engages in an interactive study of the human brain
- Allows understanding how each part of the brain works without making it sound complex or boring
- Children will anxiously wait for their turn so that they may tell their function
Competitive atmosphere to answer with the right response will help boost better understanding
Concept: Brain parts and functions.
Grade level: 7 to 10