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Seven fun brain teasers to honor our unique Brains and Minds during Brain Awareness Week 2020

Let’s cel­e­brate Brain Aware­ness Week next week, March 16–22nd, by chal­leng­ing our minds safe­ly at home or at a san­i­tized office with one brain teas­er per day or, why not, try­ing them all at once 🙂

Here’s a selec­tion of sev­en fun brain teasers, puz­zles & games that Sharp­Brains read­ers (pri­mar­i­ly adults, but younger minds too) have enjoyed the most since 2010.


Ready. Set. Go!

On Monday, #1:

Test your stress lev­el and see if you’re in the right men­tal state for the busy week. And here are some tips to han­dle stress bet­ter if you need to after tak­ing the test …

On Tuesday, #2:

Tell us, which way is the bus head­ing?

On Wednesday, #3:

Explore your per­cep­tu­al bias­es

On Thursday, #4:

Think out­side the box with a few fun rid­dles

On Friday, #5:

Please con­sid­er Lin­da’s job prospects

On Saturday, #6:

Com­plete these proverbs and exer­cise your mem­o­ry and rea­son­ing

On Sunday, #7:

Hmm. Where do words go?


Stay Healthy, Mind­ful and Vig­i­lant until this health cri­sis is over, please.


About Brain Awareness Week:

Every March, Brain Aware­ness Week (BAW) unites the efforts of part­ner orga­ni­za­tions world­wide in a cel­e­bra­tion of the brain for peo­ple of all ages. Activ­i­ties are lim­it­ed only by the orga­niz­ers’ imag­i­na­tions and include open days at neu­ro­science labs; exhi­bi­tions about the brain; lec­tures on brain-relat­ed top­ics; social media cam­paigns; dis­plays at libraries and com­mu­ni­ty cen­ters; class­room work­shops; and more.

This year BAW will take place March 16–22th, 2020.

To explore more fun brain teasers and puzzle games:

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