Ways to inspire children to use their imaginations
In today's world so many kids cannot use their imagination. How can we encourage them to do so?
Give them art supplies. Nothing brings out a child's imagination like ample art supplies. They can get pretty creative with clay, crayons, paint, or any easy art medium.
i share the same opinion as advisor4qb, give them the tools so they can start building in their imagination
Get them reading. Books are brain-fuel. The more new and exciting things they're exposed to, the more active their minds will be.
Prizes could help. We all know how far awards go into rocketing your inspirations and creativity. So for every work of creativity gift your child some thing that will induce him/her to pursue better creative ideas.
kids listen to their elders if they teach them lovingly and interestingly .. the age of childhood is right to inspire and motivate the childern
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