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014: Five Ways to Teach Your Children to be More Creative

Can you teach your children to be more creative? Of course! In fact, the systematic inventive thinking or SIT method that I’ve been covering for the past weeks can be something your kids can learn too.  

Today, I’m going to share with you 5 ways you can teach your kids to become more creative and innovative. 

Innovation is not only for adults. And once your kids are able to develop these creativity skills, you’ll feel confident they’ll be more ready in life – because creative kids are empowered kids. 

 

In this episode you’ll hear:

  1. Function Follows Form: the value of thinking backward
  2. The value of constraints
  3. Task unification
  4. The division technique
  5. Stories of kids doing these creativity exercises

 

Resources from this episode:

Innovation Girls

https://innovationgirls.com/

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