Backed by 2 decades of research, proving increased scores in math, spelling, and reading when you use BRAINball™ two times a week with your students. Instructors and students use 100 soft mini balls and 100 lesson plans to develop math, reading, grammar, spelling, anatomy, and foreign language skills. In addition to the physical benefits, significant improvement will be seen in gross and fine motor skills, cooperative, and cognitive learning. BRAINball™ can be incorporated into Adapted Physical Education programs, as well as those teaching students with learning disabilities, such as dyslexia.
Why use BRAINball™?
Developed by the University School of Physical Education, in Wroclaw, Poland in 2002, BRAINball™ has almost two decades of proven research published in numerous books, research publications, and doctoral dissertations. Ask us how to set up a professional development workshop at your school.
BRAINball™ has been improved! It is now made with a lighter weight, soft foamed rubber that is less intimidating and easier to transport.*
What does BRAINball™ include?
Each set includes a detailed lesson book filled with 100 games/activities. There are 40 green and 40 yellow basketballs – each group including the full alphabet, extra key letters, and numbers 0 – 9. Each ball has one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, and one number. There are 20 soccer balls – 8 red, 8 blue and 4 orange. Each red and blue ball has 2 different math symbols, and the orange balls are blank and act as “wildcards.” Premium BRAINball™ carrying bags are also included with each set.
*Traditional Rubber BRAINball™ has been discontinued.
- SAMPLE LESSON PLAN: Click here to view a lesson sample.
- RESEARCH INFO GRAPH: Click here to view BRAINball™ Research
- THE BRAINball™ GUIDE: Click here to view a guide to BRAINball™
- Created by: Andrzej Rokita PhD, Tadeusz Rzepa PhD, and Marek Nowicki
- Developed by: Andrzej Rokita PhD, Ireneusz Cichy PhD, Sara Wawrzyniak PhD University School of Physical Education in Wroclaw, Poland