As parents, we want to do what we can to do what we can to help increase our children’s creativity and imagination. Help foster creativity in your children at home with these 5 tips.
Children are inherently creative. Part of this is just inexperience; it’s a lot easier to think out of the box when you aren’t exactly sure what the box entails. However, this creativity can be fragile, and kids often lose their ability for divergent thinking, as they get older.
This is a terribly tragic thing, as less creativity in the world means less progress and less happy people. For this reason, it’s important to try to foster the creativity of your children in your home. Here are some ideas on how you can set up an environment that helps foster creativity in your kids.
Decorate with charm
First of all, when it comes to decorating your home, think about how you can give it a spark that showcases something exciting, aesthetically! Decorate their rooms with personality and zest. Don’t settle for white walls and dreary lighting. Use bright and exciting colors, and allow for their to be patterns and designs that would probably make an interior designer puke. Don’t just stop at the walls, either. You can get creative with everything from windows, to doors, to the light switches.