Creativity & Imagination

Imagination and the great outdoors

Imagination and the great outdoors

Whilst advances in technology have given us hundreds of new exciting ways to keep our children entertained, the natural world still has the power to enthral. Check out our top three tips for using the great outdoors as a catalyst for your child’s imagination.

Computerised creativity

Computerised creativity

Computers don’t create. Here at BrainBox, we know this better than most! Ideas, imagination, innovation, creativity – they’re all things that come from people, not from computers. It’s not a computer that generates our ideas for new games – it’s our staff!

Is boredom always bad?

Is boredom always bad?

The Easter holidays are already upon us, parents across the country face the same question: how do I keep my children entertained during their time off school? The local museum? A train ride to London? A National Trust garden? But it all costs so much!

Children learn best when they use their imagination

Children learn best when they use their imagination

As a child I loved games. Playground games, skipping games, card games, board games, obscure data games like Logica and, most of all, role-play games, where I could imagine being someone else involved in dangerous and exciting adventures.

Recognising creativity

Recognising creativity

If you asked a group of people to name a famous creative individual, you’d probably hear Picasso’s name pop up a few times. You might hear Shakespeare or Mozart. A good creative mind is a vital skill for adult life and it all begins in our development. Like sport, or language, creativity needs to be practised!

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