qArtists, writers, and poets are not only ones who need to think creatively: Everyone needs to use his or her imagination to get ahead in life. Now you can help your child develop this important skill with the thought-provoking art and writing activities and dozens of games in Raising a Creative Child.q qKids from preschoolers through junior high school students will enjoy the broad range of fun things do in this book, including how to write an imaginary letter from an ancestor, script and perform in plays, design greeting cards and wrapping paper, write and draw comic strips, make phone-wire sculptures, write songs and poems, and much, much more.q qBest of all, with these projects, specifically designed to foster creativity in children, you won't have to fight your child to turn off the television and exercise those creativity muscles!q--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights ReservedWriting. Aloud. Not all stories are written. Oral storytelling has a long and honorable history. Traditionally, campfires go ... Such legendary heroes as Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill, and Mike Fink were originally created by writers who aquot;wroteaquot; aloud, not on paper. ... When you have to first think of how to spell aquot;elephant, aquot; then how to make an Ap, youa#39;re not going to have the same interest in writing a story about aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Raising a Creative Child|
|Publisher||:||Citadel Press - 1996|