There are so many ways, but to sum it up...you have to expose your child to different cultures, customs, and traditions through various mediums such as music, film, artwork, and literature. Encourage free thought by asking your child questions about different ethical scenarios. ...this will help the child to get in touch with his/her conscious, and he or she will then learn to appreciate the various works being presented to him and how they (the works) have helped or enhanced our current lifestyle. Expose your child to the great inventors of the world and ask him which invention is the coolest. Allow your child to take part in creative learning activities whenever possible. Summer programs such as Vacation Bible School, Boys and Girls Club, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and several others are programs designed to introduce different cultures and creative activities to the youth. Take matters into your own hands and research creative art projects that you and your child can do together at home. Craft stores such as Micheals, Hobby Lobby, and the Party Store not only provide the supplies but also workshops that guide you through a variety of creative ventures. Most importantly remember to ask your child what he or she enjoys doing the most. This will let you know what area you need to focus on.