We just have to allow kids to be and let them use their limitless imagination. The fact that we are perfect is something we would not want to push onto our kids; perfectionism is the biggest killer of creativity. For a kid to put a good creative piece they need to be guided by their teachers and parents. The main question is how best one can engage a kid’s idea and thoughts so that they can come up with a personal story with all the drama they can think of. Kids are adorable to watch because every time they read a story, they want to act the characters and they start building fictional stories. Turning this creative thinking into a written piece can be a bit challenging. That’s why I have come with these 7 innovative creative writing exercises for kids to try out.
It’s been a proven fact that an exercise routine is the best antidote for better health, especially in children, for their better mental and physical growth. Children usually get most of their physical workout from sports and outdoor games but for their mental health, they must be introduced to methods like breathing exercises and circular breathing to enhance their cognitive abilities which help them to be a strong and smart adult in
Writing helps in the communication of thoughts, demonstrating mastery of skills and complete tasks. It’s vital for every elementary school learner’s education. Therefore, need for how to enhance writing skills for kids. Writing isn’t an easy task for every student. For struggling scribblers tackling assessments and assignments might leave them discouraged and frustrated. Putting thoughts into words in an organized manner can be challenging. But don’t worry, here are 12 tips to help build your child’s writing skills.
Reading has so many benefits that could not be counted. When I was in grade 4 I read a quote on my school board which was written by our teacher. He used to write one quote daily to motivate the students. While entering the school we used to take a glimpse of it. I hardly remember other quotes but one quote which captivated my mind was: “Today a reader, tomorrow a leader” – Margaret Fuller. This quote had such an impression on my mind that it made me a reader and consequently a writer too! Parents need to inculcate the habit of reading in kids at an early age. It will remain with them for their lifetime. Reading habit will lead your kids towards success. It is never too early to read to a baby. I used to read during my pregnancy too! Reading to your baby before bedtime does not only develop bond but also boosts their cognitive faculties and in no time it will become a habit.
In a world dominated by video games and smartphones, it should come as no surprise that the modern parent is becoming increasingly concerned about their child’s creative development. After all, how can a child’s inherent thirst for creativity, exploration, and knowledge come to light if constantly overshadowed by the allure of modern media? Here to help a weary parent light a creative spark in their child’s heart are ten tips you should introduce into your schedule.