Working Creatively with Young Children

Broinowski, Ian

Publisher: Self-published
Year Published: 1997

Creativity and children go together. Many sections of the Creativity Web discuss the imagination of children as well as encouraging us to think like children to release our inhibitions.

This book is about using creativity techniques in the care of children, showing how an understanding of the creative process enhances the quality of child-care, development and growth.

Read about the use of brain storming, mind mapping, problem reversal, lateral thinking, storyboarding and the Six Hats method of Edward de Bono. Although the book is aimed at child care professionals there is a lot of interesting material on designing a creative environment, learning and perception. As a parent of two young children, I found many principles that could be applied in the home environment.

More details on the book can be found at the author's web site. or contact by email

Updated: Thursday, 19 April 2001
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