For kids between 5-15 years old. If you are a parent or a caregiver, CreativKits allow you to engage your kids creatively, month after month and spend quality time with them doing useful and fun things. For some parents, CreativKits keeps their children away from excessive electronics use. The Kits are delivered to your home with all material and instructions needed.
Creative is the new Cool 😎
Creativity is everyone's number one priority!
Creativity is the freest form of self-expression
There is nothing more satisfying and fulfilling for children than to be able to express themselves openly and without judgment. The ability to be creative, to create something from personal feelings and experiences, can reflect and nurture children's emotional health. The experiences children have during their first years of life can significantly enhance the development of their creativity.
Being creative is more than drawing or painting.
Creative experiences can help children express and cope with their feelings. A child's creative activity can help teachers and parents to learn more about what the child may be thinking or feeling. Creativity also fosters mental growth in children by providing opportunities for trying out new ideas, and new ways of thinking and problem-solving. Creative activities help acknowledge and celebrate children's uniqueness and diversity as well as offer excellent opportunities to personalize our teaching and focus on each child.
Children need plenty of opportunities for Creative play and Creative thinking.
Start by providing activities that are based on the children's interests and ideas. Be sure to offer children a wide range of creative materials and experiences. Being creative is more than drawing or painting. There's also photography, music, field trips, working with wire, clay, paper, wood, water or shadows. The possibilities are endless. It's important to provide children lots of time to explore materials and pursue their ideas. This includes time to think about how to plan, design, construct, experiment and revise project ideas. Don't forget to build in time to talk these ideas over with other people - both teachers and children.
Information Source: www.pbs.org