Building critical thinking and problem-solving skills is essential to learning. Fostering your student’s creativity is just as important, and it can even help develop his or her analytical skills.
To make learning fun and help your student grow as a unique individual, encourage creativity whenever possible. Below are some creativity tools your student can try, as well as some tips for helping him or her be more creative.
Online Creativity Tools for Kids
One way to boost your virtual school student’s creativity is by introducing him or her to creative online tools. Test some of the creativity tools listed below.
PicMonkey. This photo editing and graphic design tool is a good choice for older students, allowing them to create images and experiment with basic graphic design.
Piktochart. With an account, students can use Piktochart to display data in infographics or tell a story using images.
Wideo. Create, edit, and share animated videos with this unique platform.
ToonDoo. Use this tool to quickly make customized comic strips and cartoons.
Storybird. This platform shares images from illustrators and animators so children and adults can use them to create their own stories.
Tessellation Creator. A visual tool for grades 3 through 8, the tessellation creator exercises geometry skills by showing students how to create repeating patterns of polygons.
Adventure Story Starters by Scholastic. This interactive tool randomly generates a story idea when students spin the wheel.
Puzzlemaker. by Discovery Education. Students can create their own word ...