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10 Children Books To Inspire Creativity

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10 Children Books To Inspire Creativity

The ability to think creatively is a valuable feature in our world of template solutions. Moreover, children are creative from birth - they still do not know anything about the artificial barriers from adulthood, like “it doesn’t work like that”, “you won’t succeed” and the like.

And if you are sure that the above phrases are nothing more than stereotypes and want to help your child maintain and develop creative thinking and non-standard decision-making skills, then the following ten books are for you. And for your children, of course.

Let’s Make Comics!: An Activity Book to Create, Write, and Draw Your Own Cartoons

Leading brands use stories to engage customers. These stories are written by the most professional authors from the Online Writers Rating review website, and with the help of this book, your child will be able to master these skills. Let him create his own comic, invent his own story and let events unfold in a world where there are no artificial barriers to thinking.

In My Room: A Book of Creativity and Imagination

In order to develop creative thinking skills, it is not even necessary to leave your room. Non-standard ideas can lie in small and everyday things, and this book will help you and your child look at the ordinary with other eyes.

Dreaming Up: A Celebration of Building

Up to a certain point, children can only destroy the already created, but at a certain age, the desire to destroy is replaced by the desire to create. This book will help support and develop your child’s intentions to create creative designs from improvised materials, and it does not have to be toy cubes or lego constructor. It is possible to create something worthwhile from any subject - and this book proves this fact.

A Box Can Be Many Things

The only thing you can do as an adult with a box is to put extra things in there and put it on a high shelf. However, this is not creativity, it is practicality. The author of this book offers many ideas on what you can do with a usual cardboard box. Agree, this is the most economical toy that is in every house, plus the possibilities for its reuse by children are endless.

The Lemonade Stand Cookbook: Step-by-Step Recipes and Crafts for Kids to Make…and Sell!

If your child is interested in the processes that occur in the kitchen under your guidance, this book is for him. This guide will help the child learn how to cook, invent their own creative dishes and ways of serving, plus teach the first entrepreneurial skills.

Going Places

This is a book that will help your child discover the desire for new discoveries without leaving home. Written by one of the best authors of The New York Times, the book received a huge amount of positive reviews from parents and children.

Perfect Square

This is another exercise book with the help of which your child will learn to create new paintings and generate creative ideas starting with the simplest geometric figure. And no, a house is not a unique idea that can be born out of an ordinary square. Your child will be able to come up with hundreds of different options with this book.

Beautiful Oops

Mistakes are an inevitable part of the experience, and at the same time, it is the path to further development. This book will teach your children not to be afraid to make mistakes, and moreover, to interpret your mistake in several ways without blaming yourself for clumsiness. A carelessly stained paint stain has every chance of becoming a new masterpiece. Do not believe it? Open this book with your child.

What Do You Do With an Idea? 

Ideas ... Ideas rule the world. Every successful venture once began with a successful idea. And it makes sense to teach your child to generate new thoughts and try innovative approaches at an early age. Believe it, in 15 years he will be grateful to you for these skills.

Faces

If we disconnect our imagination from the usual reality, then we will be able to see how much creativity is hidden in everyday things. The author of this book proposes to do a simple exercise - to create a human face from improvised materials. And the more ideas you come up with and implement with your child, the better. The ability to look at things from different angles is guaranteed.

Conclusion

This was not the whole list of books that will help your child develop creative skills. Share in the comments if it seems to you that we missed something important.


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Nancy P. Howard has been working as a journalist at online magazine in London for a year. She is also a professional writer in such topics as blogging, IT and marketing.