Whiteboards are good organizers for children at home. Put up a whiteboard in a child’s room for him or her to write or draw whatever, but also for time management. Homework schedules, sports practices and games, club meetings and activities, and social events all can be noted on a whiteboard to help your child learn time management.
You most likely know about brainstorming for ideas in some business or educational setting. But there’s also “brainwriting,” which some people view as even more effective at producing creative approaches and solutions.
Both methods can involve whiteboards.