12 Brain Hats
great learning tool
I teach nursing anatomy and physiology and ordered these to see how they would work for neuro and studying the brain. I really liked them. They are easy to put together and durable for the purpose and have stickers that aren't supposed to be repositionable but can be if they are placed in the wrong place. For the frontal lobe they had a red and a hot pink area which ended up being ok as I used this area to mark the area for specific movement. Otherwise I couldn't figure out why there were the two different colors. It would be nice if they had the lateral and central sulcus lines accentuated, but I had the students do that themselves. Hopefully they will remember it more with having to do it themselves. I let them take them home to help them study. I'm reordering more right away!
November 23, 2011
Great Activity But Needs Instructions
This is a great activity to help kids learn what parts of the brain control the activities of the body. However, I would have loved to have some sort of information sheet or instructions to go along with the brain hat and stickers.
March 17, 2014
It would be nice to have some instructions on where the stickers go.
March 11, 2014
hats didn't come with any instruction as to where the stickers should be placed. i had to spend nearly 45 minutes googling the location of the items listed on the stickers. not cool. also, assembly of them was not the easiest.
January 13, 2014
I wish this product came with a map or instructions about where to place the stickers. I suppose they expect you'll just place them on randomly...but I wanted it to be accurate. Many of the stickers are vague (achievement, 1,2,3, etc.) making it hard to know exactly which area of the brain in which to place them. Also, these hats are a little large. They easily fell off the heads of my students, but this is better than being too small. Good quality, would purchase again.
July 30, 2012
12 Brain Hat
Easy to assemble. Put on your "thinking cap." It was fun to use with adults and students.
March 3, 2012