Creative

Creative play and creative activities are important to your child’s overall development. They help grow imagination and also develop problem-solving, thinking, and motor skills. Your child can use creative play to communicate his feelings. He might not always be able to explain verbally why he’s feeling angry, sad, happy, or frightened, but in an encouraging environment, he might be able to express these feelings using paint, color, movement, or music.

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Creative

Creative Components

Music
Music

Music is sound made by instruments or vocals or a combination of both.

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Dance
Dance

Dance is an excellent way for toddlers to develop gross motor skills as they move and thinking skills as they consider the move they will make next.

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Visual Arts
Visual Arts

Visual arts for young children include anything they can see and create.

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Dramatic Play
Dramatic Play

Your child will go to a place that allows him to pretend to be someone or something else.

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