Key to Your Imagination
Today, it’s hard to think that there was a point in time when computers didn’t exist. Or that people commuted on horseback rather than by car.
We’ve definitely come to take advantage of many of the inventions that we use most often.
And yet, none of these nowadays-commodities would exist if it weren’t for inventors with active imaginations.
Inventors need wild imaginations to think outside the box and imagine what does not yet exist.
But even people working in more traditional fields such as engineering or finance can benefit from using their imagination to solve problems in creative ways.
Think you can’t help develop students’ imaginations while also teaching typing?
Sure, keeping your fingers on the home row doesn’t necessarily leave much room for imaginative thinking, but today’s activity does.
This week, with Key to Your Imagination we bring you a creative way to get kids typing while also thinking outside the box to answer some fun and funny questions.
You never know what wild ideas they’ll dream up.