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July 2016 - The Missing Alphabet

July, 2016

Fill-in-the-Blank Inventions

Firing up the imagination and thinking big enough isn’t always easy! Here’s a game to play with your kids or students to get the ball rolling. Visualize everyday things in new ways. This game is something like a Cloze Paragraph or the “Mad Libs” game. http://www.madlibs.com Humor and outrageous results are used to help “think outside the box.” Play this game with a partner. Partner 1 reads the list of general information; e.g., “a number Read More →