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If creativity is so important to the life of a child, why is it often pushed aside or given our leftover energy and time? Why should you encourage your child to figure out their skill set and find ways for them to use those abilities on a regular basis? Can your child really make a difference in the world around them? These questions and more are discussed from the perspective of a mother of six kids (ranging in age from 9-16). This book is written to encourage & equip parents to help their child discover their unique, creative gifts, and to help them overcome the obstacles that hinder growth in their specific areas. Contents Introduction Part One: A Case for Creative Change 1 - We need creativity! 2 - Can kids really change the world? 3 – Inspiring Creativity: Our personal experience Part Two: Obstacles & Solutions 4 - Too busy / Make time for it 5 - Too much entertainment / Control it 6 - Too lazy / Expect it 7 - Lack of freedom / Accept it 8 - Lack of praise / Promote it 9 - Lack of resources / Invest in it 10- Finding your child's creative bent Bonus: 100 Ways Your Child Can Begin Using Their Creative Skills RIGHT NOW Closing thoughts: A recipe to follow

Helping Your Kids Be Creative and Change Their World by Jen Burns

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