Learning to BRAINSTORM, provides your students with a strategy to move their thinking to higher and more creative levels.
Instruction in brainstorming helps students develop the ability to problem solve and think critically, creatively, and logically. It allows students to deepen their understanding of content by developing and applying the skills of productive thought.
In order for students to become adept at brainstorming, they need consistent practice. We have created a calendar of topics to help your children think creatively.
Each day, or several days a week, spend 5 minutes allowing your children to brainstorm.