Your Amazing Brain

Grover helps explain our complicated, mysterious, amazing brains.

Written by Samantha Berger

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!).