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Supporting children's creativity

"I am a young explorer the more opportunities you give me, the more I learn about myself and the world around me." 

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Creativity plays a crucial role in shaping young children's problem-solving skills by encouraging them to think outside the box and explore different solutions. When children engage in creative activities, they learn to approach challenges with an open mind, allowing them to overcome the fear of failure that often accompanies difficult tasks. This fear of failure can be a significant barrier to learning, as it can prevent children from taking risks and trying new things.

By fostering creativity, educators and parents can help children develop a growth mindset, where they see challenges as opportunities for growth and learning rather than insurmountable obstacles.

If we support creativity at an early age, we can overcome barriers linked to emotional-cognitive growth.

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