Use these creativity cards to help students, adults, homeschoolers expand creative thinking. Used as a bell ringer, between lessons, during free time, or at home, anyone can enhance their creative thinking.Includes:20 Creativity CardsTM, each containing a question to help spark the creative thought process.Ways to use Creativity Cards:In the classroom group activities, brainstorming, in between activities, individual projects, get the creative juices flowing!Individually stretch your…
▪“When we deal in generalities we rarely have a success, but when we deals in specifics, we rarely have a failure.” ▪“When performance is measured, it improves. When measured and reported, the rate of improvement is accelerated.” ▪Smart goals ‘fit’ you, and are objectives toward which you are both able and willing to work. They are believable, but cause you to stretch. They are attainable, but just out of reach. ▪Smart goals are dreams with deadlines, so include a target date for completion.
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During a day at the park, two photographers connect over their love of taking pictures. - Twitter @simonimation - A short making of: https://vimeo.com/119494744 - Q&A with iAnimate: http://www.ianimate.net/spotlights/member-spotlight/item/ianimate-feature-student-spotlight-simon-taylor.html - Interview with Chris Elwyn: https://animationseven.wordpress.com/2015/02/25/taking-notes-an-interview-with-simon-taylor/
From the Game GalHere's a list of phrases to play an acting game like charades. All of the phrases are actions to act out. Have students take turns acting out a phrase silently in front of the class. The rest of the class tries to guess what the student is acting out.You can cut along the lines to cut the words into strips that students could draw from a bowl, or just read the words out loud.For detailed instructions on how to play charades, more free word lists, and even more games and prin