Kids are natural innovators with powerful innovations. The imagination of kids and insights totally vary from those of their parents. For so many parents, teaching their children practical life skills like cooking, riding bikes, how to follow the right path and direction, unintentionally precedes over creativity skills. Creativity offers a bounty of intellectual, emotional and even health benefits. It helps the kids to be more confident, develop social skills and learn better. 


Raising a creative child is challenging but acceptable. There are actually endless opportunities of shaping your child’s creative thinking in the routine.

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Be open minded

Be on the lookout for activities that enhance your child’s excitement. Know your child’s insight about the creative activities he wants to get engaged in. Completing jigsaw puzzles or getting messy in the yards, drawing on the walls or creating items from trash. It can be any encouraging activity. You must always be supportive even if it seems ridiculous to you.

Allow them to interact with friends via video chats

Today’s children are used to a lot of social contacts at school, so they will definitely feel the urge to interact with their fellow-mates after being home quarantined for a while now in these difficult times. Video chats are the closest thing to interact with a person. Also ask other parents to set a playdate.

Adapt a growth mindset

A growth mindset is when kids believe that the characteristics, talents, and ideas they have are just the starting point. They’re the platform from which they jump off or build. A growth mindset creates a passion for learning rather than a hunger for approval.

Establish rules and set limits

Never make a rule or consequence you can’t or won’t enforce. Structure makes children feel safe. Over time, boundaries help your child develop the ability to manage her own behavior. When setting limits, be firm but fair. Explain that you have rules for a reason. If your guidelines are grounded in what makes sense, your child is more likely to cooperate.

Turn off the television

Watching the television has become the dominant activity in many households. While most parents know it’s not a particularly healthy activity for anyone, it is also an exhausting experience for school going children. Engage your child in physical and recreational activities rather than letting them waste their creativity laying down and watching television.

Make communication a priority

You can't expect kids to do everything simply because you, as a parent, "say so." They want and deserve explanations as much as adults do. If we don't take time to explain, kids will begin to wonder about our values and motives and whether they have any basis. Parents who reason with their kids allow them to understand and learn in a nonjudgmental way.

Show that your love is unconditional

As a parent, you're responsible for correcting and guiding your kids. But how you express your corrective guidance makes all the difference in how a child receives it. When you have to confront your child, avoid blaming, criticizing, or fault-finding, which undermine self-esteem and can lead to resentment. Instead, strive to nurture and encourage, even when disciplining your kids. Make sure they know that although you want and expect better next time, your love for them remains constant, no matter what !

Let them create

This may sound like a simple concept, but it’s often over- looked as chaotic days of parenting. One should make sure to not to ignore your children while being busy with the household. Indulge the excitement of new activities in them. Give them space. Instill new ideas and imagination.

Encourage responsibility and acceptance

To instill the habit of acceptance and to make your kids responsible should be your prior motive. Children today don't have the power to be accountable for. They lie when they are scared of doing something bad. It should be instilled in them to take charge of their actions and doing.

Teach and show love

Show love to your child, express love to your family as a whole in front of your child, to yourself… your child will learn how to love from watching you. Children develop a strong sense of self from the security of feeling genuinely loved, and nothing can replace that.

Be a good role model

Young children learn a lot about how to act by watching their parents. The younger they are, the more cues they take from you. Before you lash out or blow in front of your child just think that is that the way you want your child to behave? Be conscious in your every act as you're constantly being watched by your kids.

Treat your child with respect

It’s important that you give your child the same courtesy you would offer anyone else, and you can start with your next conversation. When asked, children and adolescents to name the things they wish were different about their family life, one of the top things on the list is almost always that they wish their parents would spend more time just talking with them. So pay attention, ask your child what he/she thinks and feel in ways that require more than one-word answers, and don’t interrupt.

Give your child discipline

Consistency and clarity are two key elements to discipline. The word “sometime, ” for example, means “yes” to a toddler. Be consistent with such tasks and clear about what is expected. When a child misbehaves or doesn’t follow your directions, be fair and firm with your discipline, but always act out of love. Connect the discipline with the behavior even though it may be difficult for a toddler to understand initially.

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