'Summer Brain Games' to keep kids' minds active this summer
CHICAGO - It's the best part of the year for most school-aged kids: summer vacation.
While the warmer months mean days at the pool and playing outside, for parents, it can also be a stressful time as they worry their children will fall victim to the dreaded "brain drain."
The Museum of Science and Industry is here to fix all that with activities they're calling the "Summer Brain Games."
Bryan Wunar, director of education at the museum, joins Good Day Chicago to talk about keeping kids mentally engaged this summer while having fun.