When you're alone, brainstorming is a critical capability that relies on each student's individual experiences and background. It also demands kids to feel secure enough to offer their own ideas and possible answers. It's so basic and straightforward that anyone can complete it in 5-10 minutes. Contrary to popular opinion, brainstorming alone can be a highly effective way to generate outstanding ideas. Before entering a group brainstorming session, it is recommended that each team member needs to complete their own mind-mapping activity. Brainstorming in groups is far more productive.