How can you be more creative? You can practice how with these 10 brainstorming activities. Not only for teachers, but companies can use these brainstorming activities to tickle your creative juices.
One of the best parts about “Pass the Ball” is that you need practically no preparation time at all. Also, you can practice anything from rhyming to vocabulary to types of things.
Get your students to think of as many rhymes as possible for each group. Now, bring our your stop watch and let them brainstorm rhyming words.
Sell something that nobody wants to buy like a pushy salesperson. For example, you can use forks to eat food, comb your hair, open cans, mix ingredients and clean pans.
This roleplay activity in the classroom is a challenge to keep up with the flapping lips. First, use any English movie on mute with no subtitles. Students must re-enact the dialogue like voice-over actors.
Students brainstorm different uses for a “multi-purpose item”. For example, you can use forks to eat food, comb your hair, open cans, mix ingredients and clean pans.
Shiritori is a popular Japanese game in which players have to think of a word beginning with the final letter of the previous word. Players improve their vocabulary and spelling by creating a long word chain.