CRAMES Creative Games to Help Children Learn to Think and Problem Solve (in Only 5 Minutes a Day!) by Ashley McCabe Mowat
  

CRAMES Creative Games to Help Children Learn to Think and Problem Solve (in Only 5 Minutes a Day!)

Written by Ashley McCabe Mowat
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CRAMES Creative Games to Help Children Learn to Think and Problem Solve (in Only 5 Minutes a Day!) by Ashley McCabe Mowat

CRAMES are practical, user-friendly activities that get children thinking creatively. The stimulating trigger questions develop problem solving and creative thinking skills in activities that take as little as 5 minutes a day. No preparation is needed, just children ready to think creatively. This book focuses on many aspects of creative thinking: fluency; synectics; flexibility; imagination; originality; risk taking; elaboration; curiosity; lateral thinking; problem solving and evaluation. The activities range from 'What if?' and 'How many ways .?' questions to 'describing things from a different point of view' and choosing 'which you would rather be'.

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Ashley McCabe Mowat
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Publisher

Brilliant Publications
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Publication date

7th July 2013

ISBN

9780857476333


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