"Brain-based" learning activities engage both hemispheres of the brain simultaneously, resulting in stronger, more meaningful learning experiences and permanent brain connections. These activities span language, mathematics, science, art, motor skills, social and emotional, music, and the environment. As true brain-rich activities do, each falls into more than one learning domain. Brain-Based Early Learning Activities provides background information on brain development and how the brain learns, stores memory, and builds executive function. Also included are tips to help you create a brain-rich learning environment.