By: Shane H. Evan B. Chase K. Dylan P.
Central Nervous System
The central nervous system controls all five of your senses. It lets you hear, taste, feel, see, and smell things. For example if something rubs against your skin it lets you know that something is rubbing against you.
The experiences young children receive in the first three years until birth are crucial to brain development. As your child receives loving care and stimulation, neural connections are formed between his brain cells. These connections form the wiring system of the brain. Your child's early experiences largely determine the strength and function of her brain's wiring system. Warm responsive parents, who cuddle and talk to their children and provide challenging learning experiences, promote healthy brain development for their children.
New technology allows the thorough study of the brain, like we've never seen before. These studies prove that a child's early development is determined by his daily environment and experiences, rather than genetics alone. Researchers now believe it is the plasticity of the brain, its ability to develop and change in response to the demands of the environment, that enables a child to learn to use computers, solve mathematical problems and learn foreign languages. In order to fully understand this information, we must first understand how a child's brain works and develops.
How do you remember the way to your friend's house? Why do your eyes blink without thinking about it? Where do dreams and nightmares come from? Your brain is in charge of these things and much more.
In fact, your brain is the boss of your whole and all the systems body. It runs the show and controls just about everything you do, even when you're asleep. Not bad for something that looks like a wrinkly, sponge.
The brain is the main organ of the system and the whole body. The brain controls almost everything you do. These are the main parts of the brain below
BRAIN STEMPITUITARY GLAND
This part of the body is very imortant