The three stories here can be read to younger students and used as sample brain based children stories to create for upper grades.
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Upper grade students love to create stories for younger learners. Younger learners love to read and actively engage in cool stories written just for them. This product is created for early readers with a story included that teaches them about their awesome brains, and for older readers who learn to write stories with the brain in mind.
Includes incredible namungos (fiction characters with real brain parts).
Three Stories about Your Awesome Brain - CONTENTS
Namungo story characters 3
What do Namungo characters do? 4
Story 1 – The Incredible Namungo Mobile 5
Task cards for story 1 13
Sero – facts about the brain’s well being 17
Cort – facts about a brain dangerous stress fuel 19
Story 2 – What’s New Bas? 21
Task cards for story 2 29
Bas – facts about the brain’s storage places 32
WM – facts about the brain’s working memory 34
Story 3 – Einstein’s Brain and Yours 36
Plas – facts about the brain’s ability to change 43
Myg – facts about the brain’s seat of emotions 45
20 additional tips for your children’s story 56
Your own Namungo bookmark to cut and fold 47
Sero and Plas for adventure and change 48
Summer brain stretch opportunity 49
20 additional uses for Namungo stories 50
Namungos - fictional characters with real brain parts51
Additional brain based materials you’d enjoy 52
Contact me 56
Write – collaborate – share talents with readers
to enjoy authentic results! Find materials here to help students create tales with their peers and facilitate step-by-step creations that help others to enjoy reading more.
Hopefully these ready-to-roll brain-based materials
will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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as you learn and lead with the brain in mind!
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