How to Respond to Your Child’s Crativity

When you see things like this… what is the first comment that brushes across your mind?

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a.  oh, neat!

b.   how many times did I tell that kid to  clean up after play!

c.   don’t know, I never see my kids do this

For a young child,  this type of activity requires: fine motor control, hand-eye coordination, visual processing, imagination, and creativity.  Next time, remember to stop a moment to recognize what your child has done. This is one way you can build confidence in your child.

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