Children naturally want to be creative.
And it’s one of their most amazing desires, because it also benefits them in many ways.
In my latest article for Small World Toys, I wrote:
“Imagination is the highest kite one can fly,” actress Lauren Bacall once said. Most children have an active imagination, and have no qualms about expressing themselves creatively.
Unfortunately, as they grow older, we often unconsciously squelch it from them, or fail to encourage imaginative thinking. Instead of letting kids dream about the possibilities in life, we tell them not to get their hopes up, or to be realistic.
So what’s the solution?
There are lots of inspiring ways to foster your child’s creativity and help him think outside the box.
Read my full article for more: Raise a Creative Genius.
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