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Brain Puzzle

Full color completed brain puzzleBrain Puzzle: Cut the pieces, assemble the puzzle, all while learning about brain structure and function!



  • Cut out the puzzle pieces. You can choose from precolored pieces or blank pieces that you can color yourself
  • Choose a difficulty level. The easy version shows outlines for each puzzle piece whereas the hard version only shows the perimeter of the brain
  • Get to work! Assemble the puzzle. Either glue the pieces to the paper for a keepsake or keep the pieces for recreating the puzzle later.

Discussion Points

  • Different areas of the brain are responsible for different functions. 
  • If a patient had damage in the very back of the brain, what function might be dysfunctional? (Answer: vision)

Creative Commons License
Brain Puzzle by Michigan State University Neuroscience Program is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

The Brain Puzzle was created and developed by Cynthia L Jordan and Casey Henley.

Faculty Coordinators
Valerie Hedges, PhD
Casey Henley, PhD
Jenny Taylor, PhD


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