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Creativity is Drawing and Coloring

Creativity is Drawing and Coloring

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Published by: vharu12 on Apr 24, 2011
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CREATIVITY IS DRAWING AND COLORINGCREATIVITY IS DRAWING AND COLORINGCREATIVITY IS DRAWING AND COLORINGCREATIVITY IS DRAWING AND COLORING –  ––  – DO YOU AGREE?DO YOU AGREE?DO YOU AGREE?DO YOU AGREE?Creativity is the act of turning new and imaginative ideas into reality.Creativity involves two processes: thinking, then producing.Children are fragile creatures and up until around the age of eight thechild’s mind is at its most creative, and what the child learns and picks upfrom birth to age eight can have a profound impact upon his or herfuture.Creativity is particularly important for a range of reasons. Creativeactivity can:
Improve the child’s imagination
 Provide a foundation for the basic skills that the child will need throughout life
Enable the child and parent to bond
 Provide the child with activity that is both educational and fun There are many resources available for parents to help them to stimulate their child’s creativity. The simple acts of drawing and coloring are literally a child’s play,however, both of these play an important role in a child’s physical,emotional and cognitive development. Like no other activity, the hobbyof drawing and coloring allows young children to express themselves and their emotions, experience autonomy and build their confidence.On the contrary, sometimes, the activities of drawing and coloring mightbe equally detrimental to a child’s creative growth.Many parents engage their children with drawing and coloring booksaiming to keep them occupied quietly for an hour or two. Quite often,coloring books tell kids that there is a right and a wrong way to draw ahouse, a dragon, or a human being. They show an idealized picture of any given shape and the child remembers that this shape appears the sameway in all their coloring books. The next time when the child is asked todraw a picture of a princess, he/she is likely to give the princess the sameattributes as the picture he/she saw in his/her coloring book: same

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