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Human Brain Lesson for Kids: Function & Diagram

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What does your brain look like?

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1. This is the biggest part of your brain. It helps you think.

2. This part of your brain receives messages from your senses.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The brain is responsible for your ability to think and many other bodily functions. Take this quiz/worksheet assessment to find out how much you know about these responsibilities and what parts of the brain are in charge of them.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

With this quiz, you will test your understanding of:

  • What the brain looks like
  • The biggest part of the brain
  • Where messages from your senses go
  • What part of the brain helps you balance
  • The part of the brain that controls automatic things

Skills Practiced

This quiz will also test your abilities:

  • Making connections - use you understanding of bodily functions to answer questions about the brain
  • Information recall - remember what you know about the brain's appearance
  • Distinguishing differences - know the differences between the different parts of the brain

Additional Learning

If you feel like you need a review of the different parts and functions of the brain, be sure to complete the short, engaging lesson Human Brain Lesson for Kids: Function & Diagram. With this lesson, you will be able to study all of the topics covered in the quiz and worksheet, as well as other topics like:

  • How the brain is like your body's computer
  • Visual diagrams of the brain
  • Where the names of the different parts of the brain come from
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