Creativity for Children

Jun 28, 2014 | Parenting

What a great initiative to re-start our children’s creativity!

Instead of plonking them in front of TV sets, computers or the X Box… create a cardboard box and have fun. If you miss the boat, meaning your children are too old, a great opportunity is missed and often it’s a battle to disconnect them from electronic devices. How can we compete with the graphics of an already made universe on screen, when there never was a link made to their internal creativity, imagination and innovation.

In all my clients I see a big difference between those who are connected to their devices and those who are connected to their internal brilliance. One feeds on the innovation of others who have created these games and the other becomes a creator of their own world.

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