Who doesn’t like to play games and do thinking games and let us have fun and learn at the same time. ‘Brain Games’ lets the reader brain games be a learner and learn various thinking skills in areas ranging in optical illusions to number puzzles and even making one’s own brain game. The images that Stephanie Drimmer and Dr. Moore chose throughout the book were very intriguing for each section of the book dealt with subjects from health to language to problem-solving skills and improving memory skills. At times when reading and browsing through the book it did seem to repeat a few of the activities, but further reading these ones there was an adaption that could be used.
This is a book that is full of extra credit projects that a teacher and/or student in an upper elementary or middle school could use in their classrooms. The optical illusions were fun to do and guessing what would happen to learning in a fun way which is what learning is really about. This is also a book that could improve mathematics skills and logic skills to improve concentration in all areas. This is a fun book that will also increase a teachers and their students creativity in academic and social skills.
Train your brain with all kinds of amazing new challenges that will unleash your creativity and bring out the genius within. You’ll find crosswords, word searches, cryptograms, tough logic puzzles, memory tests, wacky riddles, and exercises to try with a friend. Time trials test your skills in each chapter. Write-in pages include puzzles and games as well as short explanations of the brain science at work. Tuning and proving your mental mettle has never been so much fun.
The activity book is a companion to the popular television show, book series, board game, and other Brain Games products.
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