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The Importance of Drama in the Development of Children by Rachel Lewin

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Creative Thinking Skills: Activities for Arts to Sciences

How to Support Innovative Young Mathematicians, Artists, Writers and Scientists How can you possibly stimulate the mind of a young person who not only has high [...]

Creativity of Thought

Creative thinking, concerning the innovation of new ideas and the ability to think about things in new ways, whilst sometimes seen as a welcome yet mysterious [...]

Curiouser and Curiouser – Activities to Encourage Curiosity

Challenge the high learning potential brain to be inquisitive, happy and flourishing. What hobbies, facts or experiences intrigue your young person? Use these as a springboard [...]

Grand Ideas for Garden Games

As the weather gets warmer and the school holidays progress, social distancing means that we can’t go as far as we usually might to take advantage [...]

Developing Thinking Skills Through Board Games

Despite the millions of apps and video games that invade our everyday lives, board games (also known as tabletop games) are making a comeback to the [...]

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