If your mom is the creative, artsy type, give her something that will foster her creativity. No matter if your mom loves to paint, cook or take photographs, we have some terrific Mother's Day gift ideas for the creative mom.Read Full Story
If you thought getting your kids “college-ready” was the key to a bright future, think again. Though business leaders, educators and policy makers stress loading up on math and science classes and getting good grades, it’s no longer enough, says Tony Wagner, Ed.D., the first Innovation Education fellow at the Technology & Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard, and author of Creating Innovators: The Making of Young People Who Will Change the World. Wagner says kids today need to be “innovation-ready” and strive to create their own jobs for the future.Read Full Story
If you consider yourself a creative or artistic person -- and even if you don’t -- you may be thinking about ways to encourage your child in the visual arts. Whether you hope your child becomes a practicing artist or just want to encourage arts expression as part of a complete education, you can start encouraging visual arts in your child at a very young age.Read Full Story
As parents we often put a tremendous emphasis on our kids doing well in school. A good education is important, but academic learning is just one type of intelligence. It’s important to remember that school is not an end in and of itself but a way to help children develop. There are many ways we can encourage learning that do not involve long division or physics. Promoting creativity is one way you can have a tremendous impact on your child’s development and well-being as well as bond with them in a fun and meaningful way.Read Full Story
Do you love taking photographs... but haven't done much more than share your pictures with family and friends? Well, there's good news for you: You may be able to use your photography hobby to launch a profitable side business! Here are 5 steps to help you find the best creative outlet for your work.Read Full Story
A real, physical printed photo book can be a beautiful, personalized special gift for a friend or family member -- though it can also be a special way to hold onto memories for yourself. All you need is a digital camera, a little bit of imagination and time to devote to its creation.Read Full Story
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