I recently updated my February set of Daily Visual Challenges to include 28 days’ worth of problem-solving, thought-provoking, creative fun. The added variety allows you more flexibility to pick and choose the challenges that work best for your class and makes them usable year after year.
Find out more about my Daily Visual Challenges here.
Daily Visual Challenge sets for February, March, and April are available in my TpT store.
Over the past year or so, stories about creativity and imagination have caught my eye…
Caine’s arcade creation and Nirvan Mullick‘s video inspiration led to the Imagination Foundation’s yearly Cardboard Challenge which continues to spark imagination and creativity worldwide.
Kid President‘s creativity led to an imaginative way to share his love of life and motivate others to see the good and pass it on.
Martha‘s creativity and imagination impacted students worldwide as she blogged about her school meals and raised money for Mary’s Meals.
An Oregon 5th grader organized a bowling fundraiser for Boston.
and the list goes on…
Where have creativity and imagination taken you lately?
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The poster above is from this Einstein quote:
“I believe in intuition and inspiration. …At times I feel certain I am right while not knowing the reason. When the [solar] eclipse of 1919 confirmed my intuition, I was not in the least surprised. In fact I would have been astonished had it turned out otherwise. Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution. It is, strictly speaking, a real factor in scientific research.” [From A. Einstein, Cosmic Religion: With Other Opinions and Aphorisms, p. 97 (1931).] source
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I believe in inspiration, creativity, and imagination, too!