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Fun Tips For Creative Kids
Noun - the use of imagination or original ideas to create something; inventiveness.
"We need to help children explore their creativity"
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Will it, won't it snow this week? Yes, probably. Will the country grind to a halt, trains stop running, schools close for the day? No, probably not. But we wouldn't mind if they did. We'd happily try out many of these art and craft ideas handpicked from Kinfo app with a mug of hot chocolate by our sides.
Be safe, keep warm!
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“Beautiful poster” that this mum unrolls for a collective colouring session. Tack it to the wall, she suggests. There are many varieties but being rather partial to a fiesta, we’ve got our eye on this one.
“We have bookmarked this site and started collecting tins and egg containers. At last, craft activities that cool tweens will want to do.” It can be difficult finding projects to appeal to this age group but these look fun. Minimum outlay costs, too.
The best for views, chilling out space (on the swings in the Turbine Hall) with fabulous exhibitions, both free and paying. Currently, a story of art from 1900 to the present day features images of over 3,500 works. Tipped by a mum of 1.
For kids glued to their screens (and to please their parents who would like them to be a bit more creative), here is a vibrant collection of colouring books from Instagram’s finest illustrators. My kids love it!” says a mum of 2. “Time well spent.” Free week’s trial then £2.79 a week.