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Brain Camp creates an engaging environment in which your child can discover tools for thriving in school and life! Each day campers, ages 8-12, will be challenged with a variety of fun activities that promote cognitive thinking.

Brain Camp provides a great opportunity for kids ages 8 to 12 to discover just how fun it is to be smart.

Brain Camp challenges kids with a variety of fun activities that promote problem-solving, teach memory strategies, and exercise core brain skills. (In fact, one of the activities will be to learn the first 20 elements on the periodic table using a fun memorization strategy of numbers and images!)

Campers will also:

  • Learn how to set S.M.A.R.T. goals
  • Compete in fun brain games for prizes and awards
  • Discover life changing principles regarding attitudes, work ethic, motivation, and more
  • Participate in fast-paced games designed to exercise core brain skills including memory, visual processing, and logic & reasoning

Brain Camp is offered by LearningRx, a pioneer and leader in cognitive training. In LearningRx Centers across the nation, clients team up with brain trainers to work face-to-face on cognitive skills. These are the core skills the brain uses to think, read, learn, and remember.

In line with the LearningRx mission, Brain Camp creates an engaging environment in which your child can discover tools for thriving in school and life!

This summer we are offering various dates at five different locations where your child can participate & learn that it is fun to be smart!

2019 Locations: Learning RX Nashville-Brentwood, Franklin Road Academy, University School of Nashville, Montgomery Bell Academy & St. Bernard Academy.

Click HERE to register your child today!

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