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Creativity is a disposition that can be nurtured in children with gentle encouragement.

Creativity requires slow time and it requires making mistakes, experimenting, readjusting and persisting. 


In a creative experience, the generation of ideas is more important than a final product.

Creative time grows imagination and encourages the cognitive 

flexibility to do things in a variety of ways to solve a problem.

When creative experiences are shared in the flesh or virtually, with a sibling, friend or parent, children develop and extend their own ideas, make sense of themselves and their world

Have a look through these boxes for ideas about how to nurture creativity in your child and watch Santa making pancakes. She creates magic in the kitchen!

Early Years Learning Outcome 4

Children are confident and involved learners - children develop dispositions for learning such as curiosity, cooperation, confidence, creativity, commitment, enthusiasm, persistence, imagination and reflexivity.

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