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Easy Way To Encourage Your Kid’s Creative Spark

Sometimes the most valuable thing you can do for your little ones is not to send them to a top school, or get them a private tutor but to encourage their creativity. In fact, getting in touch with our creative talents has benefits throughout life including being able to better express emotion, as well as a meditative-like quality that brings peace and joy. Even if, for some reason, the kids don’t continue with the artistic activity they did in their youth, just educating them on the value of being creative can stand them in good stead for future hobbies and careers. With all that in mind below you will find some easy ways you can encourage your kid’s creative spark.


Painting is, of course, the first activity that comes to mind when we think of creativity, and with so many different styles to have a go at it can make a great start for some fun activities that will get the kid’s creative juices flowing.

A simple set of poster paints is a great creative start for kids.

A simple set of poster paints is a great creative start for kids.

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Baby Bucks: Teaching Children About Money

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Most parents hate the idea of the kids struggling financially as they grow up. In most cases, in fact, parents will want to see their child do much better than they have themselves. Of course, this aim is a good one and will serve you kids will be. But, it can still be hard to know what you should be aiming for. To help you out with this, the post will be going through some of the areas you should be teaching your kids when it comes to financing. Read the rest of this entry »

Learning to Write the Alphabet

Bella just turned 3 but she is so excited about going to school this coming June. I am planning to enroll her in the Nursery this year although I still don’t know where.

She is already familiar with the letters of the alphabet and she can easily identify them. Thanks to the educational DVDs and applications on her tab.

I saw this “I Write My Alphabet” material in the mall and thought about introducing it to Bella. It would be a good exercise for her to at least learn the basic strokes in writing the alphabet. It would be an achievement if she can already write her name before June :) Wishing! Read the rest of this entry »

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