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Best Method for Torrance Test Prep

The best method in preparation for the Torrance Tests of Creativity is to practice materials that your child can use to hone his or her creativity skills.  With this material, you will learn how you can help your child channel their natural creativity into these test questions, and make sure that they do their best on test day. This test can actually be incredibly fun!  Creative abilities are built up over a lifetime of practice and are important for school, work, and life. Here’s to a great creative start for your child!

Sample Practice Questions

Creativity – Rhyming (5th-6th Grade)

1.  Dr. Seuss liked to use words that rhymed. How many words can you think of that rhyme with the words below?

    • blatant
    • finicky

Creativity – Just Suppose (3rd-4th Grade)

2.  What problems would there be if everyone was either one foot tall or seven feet tall? How could the problems be solved?

Creativity – Mother Hubbard (1st-2nd Grade)

Read the nursery rhyme and answer the question.

Little Boy Blue

Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn,
The sheep’s in the meadow, the cow’s in the corn,
Where’s the boy that looks after the sheep?
He’s under the haycock, fast asleep.

3.  Why was Little Boy Blue so tired?


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