Brain Storming

To brain storm is to elicit many responses to a question or problem without evaluating each response. Quantity of responses is encouraged and all responses are accepted.


  1. State a specific problem or ask an open-ended question.
  2. State the rules for brainstorming:
  3. Accept all ideas, no criticism.
  4. Include unusual and creative ideas.
  5. Encourage “hitchhiking” on each other’s ideas.
  6. At the conclusion of the brainstorming session, comment on the number and variety of responses.

 Oral Practice

  • How many ways can you serve potatoes?
  • How many excuses can you give for being late to school?
  • Name wild things you would see if you took a walk through the woods.
  • How many foods can you name that begin with the letter C?

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