First, my giveaway for some critical thinking games (possibly iOS versions) ends today and I will select a winner tonight. The drawing generated very little participation, though it was a very popular post. Either the prize was not interesting or the entry requirements were too difficult.
As it is, you're almost guaranteed to win if you enter. Only one person really met all the requirements so far and I am picking two winners!
In other news, I put up some links to resources or games that could be used as creativity exercises. I notice a lot of searches direct educators to this post, so it's a popular topic right now. If you're looking for some wildly fun games that can be played for next to nothing, check it out:
And here's a follow-up. I summed up the creativity game system in a short video and I described my Abe & Einstein game in detail as an example. This is a highly entertaining game for teens that can be used in a variety of content areas: