Thursday, March 29, 2012

Power Brain Kids Book Review & Giveaway

Have you heard of Power Brain Education (HERE)? I hadn't either until recently.

The 5 Steps of Brain Education

Step 1: SensitizingBrain-oriented purpose: Awakening the body-brain sensesCommonly Reported Benefits: Physical health, enhanced focus and awareness

Step 2: VersatilizingBrain-oriented purpose: Making the brain more flexible and adaptableCommonly Reported Benefits: Enhanced adaptability and creativity, more resilient mindset

Step 3: RefreshingBrain-oriented purpose: Freeing one’s brain from negative memoriesCommonly Reported Benefits: Positive outlook, self confidence

Step 4: IntegratingBrain-oriented purpose: Integrating brain functions and unleashing potentialCommonly Reported Benefits: Balanced, smoother behavior and activity

Step 5: MasteringBrain-oriented purpose: Enhanced executive control and faculty of imaginationCommonly Reported Benefits: Realizing the power of choice and creation. Authorship of one’s life.All five steps use brain based learning to increase one's brain potential and overall well being.

I was contacted about the book, Power Brain Kids (HERE). In it, there are twelve lessons/chapters to help with everything from improving memory skills to helping kids with their concentration.

Little Diva and Little Dude are both antsy and lively little characters. They have difficulty sitting still, occupying themselves and shutting their brains "off" sometimes. I was told that children with these tendencies and ADHD benefited from the exercises with their parents and thought it wouldn't hurt to give it a read through.

Every child possesses a marvelously capable brain. It’s simply a matter of accessing and supporting the rich potential that lies beneath the surface. In Power Brain Kids, one of the newest books from international best-selling author Ilchi Lee, parents finally have a child-appropriate guide to Lee's world-renowned Brain Education (BE) method, which can help kids develop better concentration, improve memory skills and instill self-discipline.

Broken down into 12 easy lessons, each chapter focuses on a particular aspect of mental ability, including concentration, creativity, memory and emotional control. Through the book, straight-A and struggling students alike are challenged to create a genuinely happy and successful life.

Power Brain Kids features colorful design and full-color photography to help keep children interested and involved with the lessons. This book will keep you and your children interested from from the front cover to the back. The brain-building exercises and games, demonstrated by a group of Power Brain youngsters, will provide hours of constructive fun for parents and children, helping motivate kids to build flexibility and strength, both mentally and physically.

This book is a great way to get your children to interactive, get off the couch, get active and get out some of their jitters and restlessness before bedtime ... or anytime. It was also a great way to force us to turn off the computer, the tv and the computer games and to put off some things on our to do list.

Power Brain Kids is perfect for any teacher or parent of children ages 6-12. Little Diva and Little Dude are ages four and eight and it suited them perfectly. I do believe the older children and pre-teens will benefit more from the book. But, the little ones still can have some fun with it.

Power Brain Kids retails for $16.95 at www.amazon.com.


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  1. gfc eclairre at ymail dot com

  2. Like the 5 steps on their site. Want to learn more!

  3. Checked out the Power Brain site... great stuff!

  4. Liked Power Brain Education on Facebook

  5. I follow your blog

  6. I'm a fan on facebook

  7. I think it's awesome that P.E. has leadership camps.

  8. I like Power Brain Education on FB!

  9. I'm sure that our children do not utilize all of their potential brain power, so I think it is great that this company is giving children ways to tap into their brain power--for better focus, better coping, and increased learning!

  10. Looks like a great book - I'll have to check it out!

  11. Wow! I never thought about this before. Thanks for giving it out. I'll gonna teach this for our Montessori Activities. Thanks!