PostHeaderIcon How to Enhance Children’s Imagination?

There are several ways that you can do to spark a child’s imagination.

Among these are:

Read the Books

Read the story together is a great way to enrich your toddler fantasy life. Choose books with lots of pictures that big, colorful, and encourage children to enjoy all the stories in it. Before children can read, you can be free to be creative about the story as you like.

View all the photos, create animal sounds, or a vehicle or a different character, and discuss what is happening or might happen to the characters in the book.

Share story

Use the child as the main character fit the story you read. It was a great way to expand children self-esteem. Children can also learn to create story and their own adventures.

Making and Playing Music

Although the child is not ready for a structured music lessons, you can still introduce them with music. Encourage children to listen to various songs together and encourage them to participate in singing, dancing, or playing a toy or homemade instruments.

Play a Game

Children learn a lot by dramatizing the events of their life and everyday fantasy. When a child creates scenarios and story lines with fantasy character, when it fact it is developing social and verbal skills.

Children also learn emotional problems when they repeat the scenario that involves feelings of sadness, joy, fear, or safety. Imagining their own selves as a mother, a doctor, or a teacher, is able to make them feel powerful and give them experience in charge.

Provide  Tool and Object

Children ImaginationUse any properties that can be used for imaginative play with your child. Use simple tools. For example you can use cardboard, boats, or rail, towel and a superhero cape. Since most of the action takes place in the child’s head, made ​​with a specific property in accordance with the desired cartoon character.

TV Limitation

When children watch a children’s show, movie, or other media, moderation is the main key.  American Academy of Pediatrics recommends, do not use the same media although children younger than 2 years. If the child requires watching TV, limit the maximum 30 minutes each day.

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