Coloring the Brain! This is a relaxing but effective activity for any psychology or anatomy students attempting to commit to memory the major organs of the human brain. High school classes seem to enjoy opportunities to sit back and color while learning high-level material. All you need is a box of colored pencils, crayons or markers to keep 'em busy in a quiet and productive way. The package includes: a blank brain-diagram worksheet for coloring, complete with word-bank and empty blocks for students to create a key as they go; a thoroughly-researched double-sided handout for reference and study; a 23-slide PowerPoint presentation, "Organs of the Human Brain" for modeling the information prior to coloring; Teacher's Guide sheet; and 2 (bonus) rapid-looping PowerPoints just for fun.