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10 Ways To Boost Creativity

Creativity is a path to happiness.  It also is an essential aspect of innovation.  As kids many of us are naturally creative.  Unfortunately, our creativity tends to be eliminated as we enter school. 

The good news is that we can reclaim our creativity.  In addition, we can help our kids preserve and develop their creative capacity.

Here are ten (hopefully fun) activities that can boost your creativity.  Using each group of words, compose a short story, skit, poem, song, movie, dance, etc.  Let your mind roam free.  If this becomes hilarious and a bit chaotic, so be it!  Maybe you could try this exercise the next time you need an icebreaker in the office, the classroom, or anywhere else.  Plus, you might learn a thing or two by looking up the meanings of any people, places, or things you don't know about.  The more we learn, the more creative we can be!   

 

Submarine

Giraffe

Tampa

Violin

Superman

 

James Bond

Walla Walla, Washington

Skunk

Hula hoop

Nutella

 

Onion rings

Portland

Candles

Chincilla

Millard Fillmore

 

Tuba

Vatican City

Thin Mints

Al Capone

Poker

 

Golf cart

Beard

Mars

Guinea pig

Ronald Reagan

 

Oak tree

Porsche

Suitcase

Lebron James

Aardvark

 

Pufferfish

Sphinx

Popcorn

Babe Ruth

Glockenspiel

 

Walrus

U2

Sled

Kabbadi

Napoleon

 

Molars

Ottawa

Silk Road

Flip flop

Olaf

 

Louis Armstrong

Iguana

Starbucks

Columbus Zoo

Hello Kitty pencil

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