Purchase or gather as many Art supplies as you can. If you are a visual person, or have visually stipulated children think about how you display your supplies.
Set up your supplies in an organized display will help them to feel the desire to return them to their proper places. We eat food that is pretty or looks appealing.
Visually displaying supplies in a way that makes kids want to use them. Organized art supplies and toys don’t feel chaotic, instead they are creative.
Just because we are stirring creativity doesn’t mean we have to explode all over the room!
Just looking at the colors, textures and shapes of supplies in these pictures makes you want to go out and make something! Organize your supplies for creativity in a way that inspires you!
Creative play can still be clean and organized! Disney World is creativity everywhere you look, but it is completely organized and runs like a well oiled machine.
Boxes, wood crates, a dresser with drawers, plastic storage containers or even something that goes with your home’s interior style can hold all your creativity supplies.
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When you allow a child or yourself for that matter, the freedom to play, creativity will abound. There are no rules to what your creativity should look like. Instead, just allow the “what if” to be discovered.
If you are asked, “What happens if I mix watercolors with Elmer’s glue?” Don’t answer them. Let them discover the results for themselves.
We just reply, “I don’t know! What does happen when you mix watercolor with glue?”
“Let’s find out!”
Your creative exploration can result in cool new art or flop, but you won’t know until you try!