10 Creative Thinking Questions for Kids – Free Printable
I have something a little different to share with you today!
This past week, we’ve been doing some major re-organization of the homeschool room. I came across an old printout with some creative thinking questions I once compiled. I thought it would be fun to start off the day with something a little different for the kids… some off-the-wall creative thinking questions. I really hope the kids have fun with this! Hopefully, it will get them thinking and writing right off the bat.
Some of the questions on this sheet include:
- List as many words as you can that contain the word “ant.” Example: plant
- Start with the word brick. Think of a word that begins with the last letter in that word. Then, use the last letter of the next word to start a new word. For example, brick-king-goat… How many word can you come up with? Stop if you get to 15 words!
- List as many countries as you can that begin with the letter A.
- List different ways you could get from the grocery store back home, other than by car! Be creative!
If someone else would like to use this, just click on the link below. It is free to download.
I’d love to hear if you used it and how your kids liked it! Feel free to leave me a comment here or over at our Homeschool Den Facebook Page.
P.S. I can count!! There are actually 11 questions on these two pages, but the title, 11 Creative Thinking Question for Kids sounded a bit lame to my ears! 😉
Thanks so much for sharing your awesome work with us. I love all your work.
You’re welcome. I’m glad you’ve found some of our materials helpful! 🙂 ~Liesl