Allow your child to get messy (trust me, we know this can be tough), all those recyclables and random pieces of things you planned on throwing out- save them, and lastly you wouldn’t believe the amount of household things you probably have lying around that are perfect for engaging your child in creativity.
Allow your child to get messy (trust me, we know this can be tough), all those recyclables and random pieces of things you planned on throwing out- save them, and lastly you wouldn’t believe the amount of household things you probably have lying around that are perfect for engaging your child in creativity. Jupiterimages Getty Images/BananaStock RF
Allow your child to get messy (trust me, we know this can be tough), all those recyclables and random pieces of things you planned on throwing out- save them, and lastly you wouldn’t believe the amount of household things you probably have lying around that are perfect for engaging your child in creativity. Jupiterimages Getty Images/BananaStock RF
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6 Ways to Ensure Your Child Never Loses His Creativity

August 20, 2016 08:20 AM

UPDATED August 18, 2016 02:22 PM

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