January Imaginarium: Prompts to Build Creative Confidence

“Creativity has much to do with experience, observation and imagination, and if any one of those key elements is missing, it doesn’t work.” — Bob Dylan, 2011 

Imaginariums are collections of learning experiences, rooted in research-based creative thinking strategies, design thinking methods, and cognitive flexibility. These collections are designed for K-12 students AND teachers to engage the imagination, expand creative thinking skills, and build creative confidence.

The January Imaginarium cultivates design thinking skills such as ideation, empathy, prototyping. Additionally, it offers opportunities for social-emotional learning such as perspectives and strength-finding. Created in Apple Pages on Mac with a winter botanical theme and customized shapes, each prompt is designed to build creative confidence. A few examples:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Use as is or remix as desired. Pages and PDF is attached below. Consider making your own imaginarium in Apple Pages, Keynote, or even Freeform!

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Posted on January 08, 2024

Great theme and wonderful prompts! I love your Imaginarium series Susan. Always so creative, thoughtful and beautiful!

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