Exercising Your Creativity

Creativity is a lot like any muscle or skill. It has to be stretched and exercised in order to grow. Here are a few simple ways of exercising your creativity and that of your kids.

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Creativity Tool Kits To Go – Traveling with Creative Kids Series

Be ready for a creative encounter wherever you go. Spontaneous creativity can provide some of the best experiences and memories your child will ever have. Make the most of unexpected creative opportunities by always being prepared.

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Activity Planning Using Multiple Intelligences

Taking a “Whole Brain” approach when teaching something new is a great way to get children engaged and use to using different multiple intelligences.

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Art of Money Getting

"The Art of Money Getting - Adapted for the Modern Teen Money Getter" takes P.T Barnum's classic lessons and makes it relevant to today's teens.

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“Why” Is Important

There are two things you don't have to teach children, somethings they are born knowing how to do, one of those things is playing, the other is asking why”

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Creative Kids and Multiple Intelligences

Besides having different styles of learning, we have different types of intelligence.

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Creative Ways to Make Chores Fun!

Chores can be creative, with a little imagination they can even be fun! Attitude is everything and with a few ground rules in place and some creative cleaning ideas, you can turn battles over chores into an enjoyable experience.

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Creative kids and Learning Styles

Creative kids need to experience life through different learning styles if the lessons they are learning are going to stick.

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Gratitude – No Time Like Today

Gratitude shouldn't be taken out and dusted off once a year, it should be a part of daily life. Showing your gratitude and letting people know that you appreciate and value them can really make someones day, and make you feel pretty good too!

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