Nurturing Creative Children

Nurturing Creative Children

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Nurturing Creative Children
By Dr. Yew Kam Keong
(About The Author)

Every child is a creative being. The challenge we have as parents, teachers and caregivers is to tap that creativity and maximize a child’s potential.

This is no small responsibility. The closer we come to nurturing that creativity in our children the greater the potential for raising a global network of happy adults.

Once children reach the age where they are launched into the world via public education they are suddenly burdened with the pressure to succeed.

Parents and teachers alike turn their focus on getting good grades rather than succeeding as a human being. This focus on academic excellence is extremely damaging to children.

Of course, academics are important. But not important enough to bring tremendous pressure to bear on our children. Especially when the cost affects the goal of happy, well-rounded kids.

Parents would never intentionally apply harmful behaviors upon their children. Usually the parent is following the mold begun by his or her own parents, thereby creating a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Is academic success the most important element to a child’s development? Or, is it better to expose children to an environment where children are allowed to play and explore the world around them?

How can you introduce the element of creativity to your child-rearing process? Glad you asked. “Nurturing Creative Children” is the perfect guide to helping you identify and develop creativity in your child.

In addition to learning why nurturing creative children is so important, “Nurturing Creative Children” take a peek at what’s inside:

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