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  • How Does The Brain Create Dreams? By McKenzie Devonshire Look for a box like this on each slide, each one containing a different fun fact!
  • Explanation of a Dream…
    • Dreams are a kind of exaggeration of your day events. Dreaming gives the brain a chance to reset itself to a ‘starting’ position for the day to come.
    • Like a Rubik’s cube that starts out with all the colours perfectly grouped together on each side, the brain might start each morning in perfect order, ready to go.
    • The brain dreams to sort all of the day events out and process the memories, to start again in order.
    Fun Fact: Did you know that Echidna’s can’t dream at all!
  • How and why do YOU think the brain creates dreams?
    • List any ideas you have:
    Fun Fact: A man called Peter Tripp had his business turned into a nightmare when he could no longer tell the difference between reality and his dreams
  • ~The Creation Of Dreams~
    • At night your brain is processing the memories, thoughts and experiences from that day.
    • By doing this, the brain makes a strange and twisted story out of your memories which is your dream.
    • Since your brain has a lot of memories to process, it dreams every half hour but you only remember any of your dreams if you wake up in the middle of them.
    Fun Fact: Dreams come from the back of your brain
    • Any Questions?
    • www.wiki.answers.com
    • www.answers.yahoo.com
    • www.greatdreams.com/brain-dreams.htm
    • Mrs. Herbert’s Brain Book
    Bibliography
    • Thanks for watching!