Launch Amazing Brain
Share Grover’s celebration of the body part that that makes everyone an amazing individual! After reading, consider:
- Remembering and recounting all the amazing facts Grover shares about our brains.
- Talking about ways we can build our brain power—reading, coloring, moving, talking, listening, playing games, and so on.
- Explaining that the brain is hungry! It’s the first of the body’s organs to absorb nutrients. Some foods that benefit kids’ brain function: salmon (for omega-3 fatty acids), eggs, peanut butter, whole grains, oats, berries, beans, colorful vegetables (think spinach!).