Promoting creativity in our children

2011-10-20 00:00

“ALL children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” — Pablo Picasso


CREATIVITY is not something that is developed. Rather it is something that every human being is born with and needs to be nurtured in order to keep it alive.

When we stop and analyse the general view on creativity we are likely to find something that looks like this: “Creative people are artists, dancers and people who make things.” However, when we research the meaning of the word “creativity” and its roots we come to see that it means: to make, bring into existence and produce something new.

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