Flexibility is the ability to produce ideas from different categories, perspectives, and points of view. Flexible thinking encourages us to see one thing in many different ways.
In this activity, students will think of ordinary objects and try to generate new ways to use them. For example, I can use my hair brush as a back scratcher.
In addition, students will also solve unknown situations by generating possible reasons for the outcome. For example, my friends are outside but I am not playing. Why not?
This activity is great for fast finishers, a station, or whole group activity to get your students minds moving!