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Giving children an appreciation for art encourages exploration, imagination, and creativity. Here's how to get started building art appreciation for kids.
Don't let regulation khakis have you singing the blues this fall--instead, look for other ways to nurture originality in your child's world.
What if creative play was being eroded by toy companies and media conglomerates focused on profit? One expert suggests that's exactly what's happening.
Do you think that modern art is a farce and your kindergartener paints better than Jackson Pollock? Here are a few ideas that might change your mind.
The same attitude that can drives parents crazy may also be the key to powerful and evocative writing. Here are ways to harnass your teen's spunk for good:
Want to help your tween become a confident, creative, young man or woman? Give them a pen and paper!
Teaching your child art history can not only open her eyes to a whole new side of art but it can also help her explore the world around her.
A child's artistic development follows a common pattern from ages two to twelve. Learning what's key to each stage will help you figure out what to keep.
Itâs no secret: creative writing is challenging. Here are some ideas from teachers and writers to help spark the imagination.
In an age where preschool admission is competitive and eighth graders worry about padding their college resumes, creativity tends to get short shrift.
Experts say that infusing the creative arts into the core curriculum could help struggling students get a leg up. But how?
Theater is suddenly hot, and your child may be showing interest in this year's school play. But do you really want him to be an actor?
Here are ideas for encouraging your child to create art.
Here's a guide to teaching your child how to brainstorm productively.
There are Shakespeare festivals in almost every state of the union, but here are some of our favorites:
Live theater, especially, Shakespeare is good the brain. Here are some tips to watching live Shakespeare with your family
Beethoven is here to stay. Here's how to inspire a love of classical music in your child.
Here's a guide to getting your kids excited about photography.
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