3 creative moments to share with your children

3 creative moments to share with your children

Being creative does not necessarily mean being a Picasso, a Mozart or a Banksy, everyone can develop their creativity without being an artist.

Children that develop creativity are better able to solve problems, find solutions, express themselves, and they also have more self-confidence. So why not cut screen time and get the family together with a creative activity?
Here are three ideas to bring creativity into your home and create some family time.

Cook together

Do you secretly sense you are a budding chef? Do you love preparing meals? - Your children probably sense it too!

Stir, whisk, dice, roll the dough ... as well as satisfying their sweet tooth, children learn how to use their hands and heads through cooking. Because, cooking requires us to use abstract concepts, (measur...