Basic knowledge of the brain, where it is, what it looks like, nerves and how the brain functions, the senses, and the brain’s role in survival is something every child not only needs to know but is curious about.
Here are 4 interactive animated stories where the character called BRINY explains all of this and much more in four exciting stories to two inquisitive children.
BRINY 1- I AM BRINY BRINY introduces children to: • The brain and where it is • Why animals need a brain • Survival – what it means • The different senses • Eyes and the sense of vision • Ears and the sense of hearing
BRINY 2- SENSIBLE BRINY BRINY speaks to children about: • What senses are • Organs for the sense of smell • Tongue and the sense of taste • Skin and the sense of touch • How the different senses help one another • How the brain can do many things at the same time
BRINY 3 - KNOW YOUR BRINY BRINY describes to the children: • What the brain is made up of • How the brain is protected • What happens to brain size as the child grows • How brain size in animals are not related to their sizes • The brain needs more energy than other organs • How the brain gets energy
BRINY 4-BRINY THE COMPUTER BRINY explains to children about: • How the brain can understand what is happening in the rest of the body • Nerves and what they do • Brain’s role in thinking, learning and remembering • The two lobes of the brain and their role in movement • The brain is our computer • The brain never sleeps