Have you ever walked into a book store to purchase a planner because you were all set on getting your business /life in order…
At the same time you were probably overwhelmed by the options. Well we’re going to declutter your planner choice decisions and deliver this one to you!!
It is as personal as it gets because it was created by a mom and her child. We decided to collaborate on a planner because 12 is a whole lifestyle and motherhood for 12 year olds can be interestingly busy. We circle back on each others plans very often and goal set for the coming days and vacations ahead together.
Please read all of the reasons why we encourage you to try engaging in creativity with your child. Also, use the planner to begin connecting.
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As a parent, you have a unique opportunity to foster creativity and imagination in your children by creating books and other products with them. Not only is this a fun and engaging activity to do together, but it can also have long-lasting benefits for your child’s development.
Creating books with your child is a particularly rewarding experience. It allows them to express their creativity and ideas while also developing important skills such as storytelling, writing, and illustration. By working together, you can create a story that is uniquely yours and that you can cherish for years to come.
To get started, sit down with your child and brainstorm ideas for a story. Encourage them to use their imagination and think outside the box. Once you have a basic plot, start fleshing out the details. Work together to create characters, settings, and conflicts that will make your story engaging and exciting.
Next, it’s time to start writing. Depending on your child’s age and writing ability, you may want to alternate writing chapters or take turns writing paragraphs. Don’t worry too much about grammar and spelling at this point; the goal is to get the story down on paper.
Once your story is complete, it’s time to illustrate it. Again, depending on your child’s age and artistic ability, you may want to take turns illustrating pages or work together on each page. This is another opportunity for your child to express their creativity and develop their artistic skills.
When your book is complete, you can print it out or create a digital version to share with family and friends. Your child will feel a great sense of accomplishment and pride in their creation, and you will have a cherished memory to look back on for years to come.
But creating books is just one example of the types of products you can make with your child. You can also create board games, puzzles, or even homemade toys. The possibilities are endless, and the process of working together to create something unique and special will undoubtedly strengthen your bond.
So, whether you’re looking for a fun activity to do on a rainy day or a way to encourage your child’s creativity and imagination, consider creating books and products with them. It’s a rewarding and enjoyable experience that will have long-lasting benefits for your child’s development.
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