Brainstorming is a type of creativity that draws on each child's individual experiences and background. It also requires kids to feel comfortable with sharing their own ideas and a number of questions. And there are various brainstorming activities, which have many virtues. Teachers and parents can look after their children and students while they revise for examinations by engaging in brainstorming exercises. Students will be able to actively participate in their revision using brainstorming activities, and teachers who want to cultivate independent learners will benefit. It is critical that students have a variety of ways to take notes and create study aids.