Uses of Mindmaps in the classroom.

Examples of how mindmaps can be used in elementary, middle years, and secondary classrooms.

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1. Middle Years

1.1. Habitat/Biome brainstorm: different examples, their features, and animals that live there.

1.2. Methods for separating mixtures, their processes, and examples.

1.3. Types of shapes by number of sides

1.4. Vocabulary review for a unit, with examples

1.5. Vocabulary roundup on a theme or topic for learning languages.

1.6. Ways to be smart and safe online.

1.7. Family tree and family history project.

1.8. Organise the points of a draft essay, argument, or plot storyline.

2. Secondary

2.1. Brainstorm ideas for a project

2.2. Organise the arguments for a debate

2.3. Gather and organise supporting points and evidence for an essay

2.4. Revise (individually or as a group) for exams

2.5. Review prior knowledge on a topic at the start of a new unit

2.6. Brainstorm and organise who is doing what for a major group project

2.7. Classify types of data and categorise information according to their criteria

3. Elementary

3.1. Brainstorm parts of a plant and their features and functions.

3.2. Reviewing operations with numbers and examples: What can we do in math?

3.3. What is a good friend? Brainstorming what a good friend does/does not do.

3.4. What are the things we do to take care of our body?

3.5. Types and examples of Genres

3.6. Story Character Analysis: Listing characters in a story and describing them.