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I think all of us need to start playing with our toys once again to keep our minds creative in exploring the impossible seem possible and I really hope that teachers would be able to recognise how creative their students can be when they submit assignments. Compositions may seem a tad weird at times but if you read it from their perspective, it may just make sense to them in their own creative world just that perhaps, the language and grammar used is not up to par but that can be worked on. Even mathematical solutions can show you just how creative your students are when they divide a hexagon into 6 portions by drawing lines in it instead of giving you the mathematical solution that you were hoping for.

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