Brain Exercise & Creativity Test – Can you read me
Spot The Creative Mind
For Smart Minds and Critical Thinkers.
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PS: can you read me- is a series of exercises where the introduction is repeated; but the challenge in each exercise is different.
This exercise is based on one of my most memorable experiences as a primary school teacher in the late sixties.
One of my eight year old students was considered a slow learner and his writings were considered gibberish.
The class was given an assignment to write a composition on the emotion- Hate.
The supposedly slow learner came to me with a big smile on his face and asked me to read his composition; of course it did look like gibberish,
“Sir let me read it for you” and he proceeded to read what was the most brilliant piece of writing I had ever seen from any student.
My headmaster thought I was playing games; “none of the children in this school are capable of such writing”, he declared.
After some investigation it turned his family belonged to a religious order that was anti-social except for among their own members
T also had the highest IQ in the school.
He engaged in creative patterns to all of his writings.
The letters below represent a sentence except there are no spaces between the words and there is a creative pattern to the words.
I am having great fun creating these exercises and exercising my brain at the same time; I sincerely hope you will have just as much or more fun than I am having. Good Luck.
Can you read the four- word sentence.
The eye is just as important as the brain.
Copyright 2018 Courtney Devonish