Growing Imagination

Creative Parenting

We work on teaching our little ones lots of things from letters and numbers, songs and rhymes, table manners, how to ride a bike and on and on. But what about imagination? There’s no doubt that creative thinking is a vital skill in both childhood and adulthood, but can it be taught? Perhaps not in the ordinary sense of teaching. Nevertheless, there are many ways to support and enrich our kids’ natural creative tendencies. This week, The Savvy Source has been prompting their imaginations with all kinds of games, projects and make-believe. Come join the fun!

Tell me a story
Fun and games, diy-style
Creativity in the kitchen
An anywhere art project
Let’s have a show!
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