cognitive development ~ emotional resilience
"...creativity now is as important in education as literacy, and we should treat it with the same status.” ~ Sir Ken Robinson
Parents have the responsibility to provide their children with a supportive and enriched home environment that celebrates the child's intelligence and successful cognitive functioning. Emotional support, a home environment that promotes the value of creative expression, the provision of learning and recreational opportunities beyond conventional schooling, the promotion of positive habits like perseverance, optimism and resilience, and other environmental factors have an equal, if not greater effect on their children's future success and happiness than genetics.
What children learn in their first 5-6 years establishes that they'll be confidently creative as adults. Kids from 30 or more years ago were not taught to discover and believe in their unique way of being creative. That explains today's parents being uncomfortable, even afraid of mentoring their kids creativity.
Parents simply don't know how to be their child's Creative Muse.
The Creativitee Program Guides Parents in how to Inspire their Child's Creativity
The past 100 or more years has demonstrated how the typical western education system virtually extinguishes a child's creativity. During that same period, study after study confirmed how vital creative skills are to success in life. Parents now realize they have responsibility for acting as Muse to their child's creative potential, yet the great majority of parents simply don't know how to become that Muse.
The Creativitee program for parents launches soon.
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