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The Creativity Challenge: Design, Experiment, Test, Innovate, Build, Create, Inspire, and Unleash Your Genius Paperback – August 1, 2015
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"An easy read with 150 challenges, exercises and prompts designed to help you break the ruts in your thinking." --Inc.com
"Tanner Christensen's The Creativity Challenge is a book of short, one-page exercises for writers, artists, and anyone in a creative rut, from the guy behind the popular website Creative Something. Ranging from a few short minutes to a little bit longer, these exercises help us get back in the mindset we had before the pressures of everyday life squeezed us dry." --Flavorwire
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I plan on doing at least one challenge a week with my students. I really like how the different ideas are coded under five different idea types. Genius!
All people, regardless of age, should push the limits of their own creativity and as an individual, mother, and teacher this book provides a perfect springboard for just that!
There are 5 different categories that the exercises are filed under:
Convergent – working on connecting the dots or solving a puzzle
Divergent – deconstructing processes and ideas
Lateral – following steps
Aesthetic – visual responses
Emergent – ideas arising naturally/seeming to appear out of nowhere
The challenges rotate through that order and are marked with a symbol so if you know that you are particularly interested in working on a certain type of exercise you can locate it easily. Challenges can be performed in the order that they appear in the book, at random, or however floats your boat. To mention specific exercises from the book would be giving away the content someone else worked hard on so I won’t go into specifics about what my favorites are – some require you to write, some require you to perform physical tasks, all of them require you to give your brain a little workout. With over 100 activities to choose from if one does not inspire you, you can easily move on to the next. In addition to being a great resource to inspire creative people, there are some great activities in this book that you can work on with your children which wins it extra bonus points with me.