Mind Mapping & Creative Thinking

March 19, 2009

Mind Mapping for Children

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Mind Maps  for Kids by Tony Buzan

Available from all good book stores and online resellers.

 Al Gore and Bill Gates use them so why can’t you?

‘Mind Maps are fun for all ages.’ The Independent
The whole world should Mind Map.’ THE EXPRESS
‘The biggest name in memory.’ THE NEW YORKER

‘Tony Buzan deserves a medal for coming up with the sanity-saving concept of Mind Maps, which make difficult mental tasks possible, even pleasurable, by engaging the right side of the brain, where colour and creativity reign!

All of these accolades are true and fair! The system can indeed be a lifesaver for children and adults. I wish I had  this book long ago, a planning system that cuts down homework time, eases memorisation, note-making, revision. In fact all the drudgery of schoolwork.

Mind Maps for Kids by Tony Buzan is a breakthrough way of making schoolwork and revision fun. Mind Maps are a magic formula that make remembering facts and figures a piece of cake.

Mind Maps for Kids demonstrates a new take on study, homework and tests skills on Mind Mapping. The book is a system of planning and note-taking short cuts which can cut homework in half and make school work seem like fun.

Mind Mapping is a breakthrough system of planning and note-taking that cuts homework time in half and makes schoolwork fun. Mind Maps for Kids is Tony Buzan’s first book written specially for a younger audience, suitable for ages 7 to 14. Tony Buzan has been teaching children all over the world for the past thirty years and has proved that Mind Maps are the magic formula in the classroom: remembering facts and figures is a piece of cake, planning is a doddle and getting stuck for an answer is a thing of the past. In Mind Maps for Kids, Tony Buzan explains this amazing system using step-by-step examples in every subject across the curriculum. He shows just how easy Mind Mapping is and how it can help kids to remember things and concentrate better, make clearer and better notes, revise and ace exams! , come up with ideas and unlock the imagination, save time Mind Maps for Kids is a full-colour workbook, with the emphasis on having fun.
As well as tips for improving memory and concentration, the book is packed with jokes, cartoons and brainteasers. Mind Mapping is the shortcut to success that puts kids one step (and sometimes miles!) ahead.

As I have been often heard to say ‘try them, try them you will see….’ Mind Mapping has helped me and many, many other people, you could be one of them. Unlock your potential and use a Mind Map today.

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4 Comments »

  1. This is nice!
    I am a mind mapping enthousiast. I love drawing mind maps.
    I have uploaded many of my mind maps in my website http://My-mind-maps.com
    I would love to hear your comments.
    Thank you very much!

    Comment by FT Bletsas — December 2, 2010 @ 3:21 pm

  2. truly amazing stuff- kids get a lots more opportuity when they start young on Tony Buzan’s mind mapping

    Comment by mindmapexpert — August 7, 2011 @ 5:31 pm

  3. Thank you!
    I don’t agree children get more opportunity, but I do think they get the chance to make more of the opportunities put in front of them once they understand mindmapping techniques. However I understand what you mean!

    Comment by Editor — August 7, 2011 @ 7:23 pm

  4. I am sure this paragraph has touched all the internet visitors, its really really nice piece of
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    Comment by article — August 7, 2012 @ 8:40 am


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