First Week of School – Divergent Thinking

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This PowerPoint slideshow will help your students improve their critical thinking skills. 50 questions about the Earth and recycling, animals and the human body, triangles and squares. Learn what happens to old tires (burned as fuel), how much water goes down the drain in a sink (two gallons in a minute), how many televisions end up at a dump (20 million annually), which precious metals are in our body (gold, silver, copper…), how fast the earth spins (1000 mph), how fast the earth travels through space (67,000 mph), how long a roll of toilet paper is (longer than a football field), and magical optical illusions, and interesting questions to engage your students and their curiosity. Use as a warm-up for the whole class or right before recess. 50 different mental challenges. Quick. No prep. Just click-and-go. Take a look at the Preview to see some of the slides in this slideshow.

If you want more CRITICAL THINKING slideshows, then take a look at the rest of this series:

First Week of School: Thinking Outside the Box
First Week of School: Thinking Differently
First Week of School: Creative Thinking
First Week of School: Intentional Thinking
First Week of School: Divergent Thinking
First Week of School: Thinking Questions
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First Week of School – Divergent Thinking
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First Week of School – Divergent Thinking
First Week of School – Divergent Thinking