Smart children always find answers to questions
Read through the following questions and find creative answers
How would life be different if there was no electricity?
Write a story about the zoo without using the names of any animals.
Pretend that you get to make one rule that everyone in the world must follow. What rule will you make? Why?
You can have any three things that you want. In return, you must give away three things that are about the same size as the things you get. What do you get and what do you give away?
How would the game of soccer be different if the ball was shaped like a cube?
What are three ways the world would be different if people did not need to sleep? What would you do with the extra time?
Which do you think is more important: cars and airplanes or computers? Why?
If you could choose one thing that costs money and make it free for everyone forever, what thing would you choose? Why?
What are the 10 most important jobs in the world? Do you want to do any of these jobs when you are an adult?
If you could invent a new subject that would be taught to all children in school, what would the subject be? Why do you think children need to learn about your subject?
If you could talk to trees, what do you think would say? Create a conversation between you and a tree.
Are you more like a river, a lake, an ocean, or a waterfall? Why?
Compiled by Dennis Agaba