The importance of nurturing children’s’ imaginations are often overlooked, I think a lot of us expect kids to get on with it themselves and in a lot of ways, they really will but helping encourage their fantastic imaginations throughout their childhood will help those amazing ideas flow later in life!
Teamed up alongside three parenting influencers, Shona is part of an brillaint new panel called the Kinder Collective, offering insights, game ideas and top tips on how to keep your kids entertained away from screens and through building imaginary worlds throughout Easter and beyond.
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We are a big fan of open-ended toys in this house, things like the Grimms Rainbow, natural wooden blocks, peg dolls, train sets
There is nothing better than picking up a fantastic book and letting your imagination create this whole new world around you as you take the words in. Reading is a gift for life and encouraging your child to immerse themselves in the world of literature will guarantee to nurture their little imaginations tenfold.
Getting children up and outside is not only good for their physical health (a bit of fresh air does the world of good!), but also for their imagination. There are so many adventures waiting to be had in the big wide world I certainly remember spending most of my childhood outside creating games in the garden so unplug those iPads and get outside!
Encouraging your child to put their imaginations to paper is a great way to help keep that
For more ideas check out the downloadable pdf guide from Kinder here and don’t forget to share your ideas using the hashtags #Kindercollective #sparkimagination and #treatfortheimagination!
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