A cardboard box; a basket of unfolded laundry; an individual blade of grass. To a child, these everyday, unnoticed items become a fort;
clothing for a king and queen; a harmonica that plays symphonic music. Imagination is not just for kids. Discovery, innovation, creativity,
and learning all begin with imagination. Everyone says imagination is important, but it’s something we take away by forcing students to
memorize and repeat rather than think and envision.

Imagine the Music – A Taste of the Sound of that Color

The Power and Pattern of Story

Habitude Lesson: Imagination by M. Ross

What are The Habitudes?