Creating, imagining, and inventing all require the highest levels of thinking in Bloom's Taxonomy. How do we get our students to a place where their minds can build these sorts of connections between what is and what can be?
Imaginations must be as deliberately exercised for creativity to occur, as bodies are exercised for participation in athletics. To exercise an imagination, you must allow the mind to play. This item is designed to stir imaginations.
Contained in this Triple Treat collection are the following:
An A to Z list of ideas encouraging creativity (suitable to laminate for a classroom poster as a perpetual reminder to be creative)
An mp4 file for a sing along with the song, "Where Does An Idea Start?" (song written to accompany a unit on inventors, architects, composers, explorers, scientific researchers, writers, artists, etc.)
3 Super Creative Poems and accompanying worksheets written specifically to tickle and stir students' imaginations (18 pages)
One Arts Infusion Collaborative is sold out to Creativity and tenaciously committed to shining light on its needed presence in our classrooms and homes. Imaginations on fire lead to excellent creativity which in turn leads ultimately to innovation, the promise of possibilities for the future.
Celebrating Creativity: A Triple Treat
by Darcy Hill
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