All The Games That Foster Kids’ Creativity

January 31, 2018Mandi Morrison

If there is one characteristic that you should endeavor to foster in your children, it has to be creativity. Being creative is important in so many different walks of life that your kids really won’t go too far wrong. It’s required for most job postings and will help them come on leaps and bounds in their school work. Not only that, though, a creative mind will rarely be bored. Creative people find it very easy to come up with ways to entertain themselves, so your children who have bags of creativity won’t need to be under your watchful eye all the time.

Ready to foster creativity in your kids? Here are some of the best to do it with.

Video Games

You might not realize it, but video games are great for creativity. That’s especially the case with open-world role-playing games, such as Horizon Zero Dawn and The Elder Scroll games. In these kinds of games, you can create your own story as there are multiple paths you can take your character on. When you start to play Final Fantasy 15, you will find that the creative element of the game helps you craft your own story with the various game characters. Eventually, playing these games will create some really creative minds in your kids!

Start A Band

Want to rock out with your kids? If they are currently learning some instruments, then you might want to encourage them to practice by starting a band. After all, all of the best bands are families, so why not see how far you can take your clan’s musical careers?! In all seriousness, though, playing music can really enhance an individual’s creativity. Eventually, all of this creativity will spill out into other areas of their lives, and it will become more than just a musical hobby!

Storytelling

If your kids love to read, then they might enjoy games that involve storytelling. One simple game is to each write down a sentence of a story onto a piece of paper. Fold the paper so the sentence is no longer visible, and then pass it along to the next person who will then add the next sentence of the story. Once you have done this a few times, you can unfold the paper and have a laugh about the funny stories you’ve written together!

Cooking & Baking

You should also start to cook and bake together in the kitchen. Try and turn this into a game if you can, but simply splitting up the jobs at mealtime will be enough to give your little ones’ creativity a little boost. They will enjoy thinking up menu ideas and then working hard in the kitchen to bring their creations into reality. And at the end you can enjoy these delicious meals and bakes together as a family!

Hopefully, one of the fun ideas above will inspire you to help your kids be as creative as they can be. Which one do you think you’ll do with your little ones?

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