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Why don't we create as much as we want? Author and consultant Jeffrey Davis looks behind a study's numbers.
Dedicated husband, father, and maker, Dave Lewis describes how to nurture young makers.
If creativity is important to you, it is surely doubly important to you that your children have creative minds. As their parent (or teacher or caregiver) you can do a lot to ensure your children maintain and grow their creative minds.
"Interacting with the world requires creative problem solving every day. Every sentence we utter is unique. We don’t just have robotic answers (...). Our brains are creativity machines".