"Nurturing Creativity is one of the most important things you can do for your child," says Wendy Masi, Ph.D., dean of the Mailman Segal Institute of Childhood Studies at Nova Southeastern University, in Fort Lauderdale, and author of Toddler Play.
Find a range of ideas for imaginative and creative play activities, covering themes children love such as dressing up, pretending and role play, plus dinosaurs and dragons.
An imaginative and creative play is a more natural way for children to learn about the world and does involve the whole body. Children manipulate and touch various play materials.
Children either do or do not have: just as all children are not equally intelligent, all children are not equally creative. But actually, creativity is more skill than inborn talent, and it is a skilled parent can help their children develop.
Children are confronted daily with rich opportunities to solve problems and exercise their own independent judgment when they're given the chance to safely explore the world.
The right imaginative play can help with children's development, strengthening emotional and social skills. Gadgets can be so exciting. But an imaginative play is where the real fun happens.