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Creativity is a wonderful thing to encourage your child to develop. Everyone has different talents. Some like to draw, others like to craft, there are many other creative projects they enjoy.
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While it doesn’t matter what they like to create, what matters is they are developing the skills. to encouraging creating is helping a child develop a lifelong skill. What is important is you start the interest with the child when they are young.
Encourage your child to create
There are many ways that you can encourage a child to create. I have always liked to give them a blank piece of paper and let them draw their own pictures. It doesn’t matter what they draw, I tell them, it is your picture and you can draw any way you would like. I like to give them crayons, paper, scissors and glue and anything else I come up with and they can create some interesting projects with these tools also.
The main thing is to encourage creativity and a style of their own. It doesn’t matter if anyone else likes the design, the important thing is they like what they have created.
I received these Artsbot projects in the mail. I thought they looked like a lot of fun and I know my grandkids will enjoy them.
Ride the wave
The first one that I opened was called “Ride the Wave.” Inside the box were some really cute cutouts of a wooden train, car and a plane. I liked the wooden cutouts. Each one had a magnet on the back and allowed for the child’s own creativity. Included were 3 cutouts, markers, and a little book with blank pages to write in. There was also a little carrying bag to put them all in. Plenty of room for the child to be creative.
The next box I opened was called “Arm Candy.” This box was full of items to make 4 bracelets. There was yarn, cute little buttons, and markers so the child could create these bracelets anyway they choose. This was more of a crafting box for the crafty child. It also contained a little book and pen to write in and stickers.
I can see my grandkids loving these projects. They allow creativity and fun. A little something for everyone. You can find these kits at The Artsbot
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