Child creative Student’s Name University Affiliation Professor’s name Date Introducton Child creative is the ability to make a child think far and in a very reasonable way which will help build and shape the child’s thinking capacity even in the future days. Creativity in an extended way improves the ability in which the child will solve problems that will be faced in a daily routine improve ways of innovation and highly improves ways in which new explorations are being surveyed and how unfamiliar areas are easily tackled. Creativity mostly stands as the genesis of success that is seen in the world of science art and also technology. In this discussion an in-depth review into creativity in children as a topic will be done where an understanding of its significance to young babies will be displayed and theories of the young babies and children that are articulated to creativity will also ability. Work Cited. Csikszentmihalyi Mihaly. Society culture and person: A systems view of creativity. Springer Netherlands 2014. Epstein Irving. "Introduction." The Whole World is Texting. SensePublishers 2015. 1-24. Flegel Monica. Conceptualizing cruelty to children in nineteenth-century England: literature representation and the NSPCC. Routledge 2016. Hart Roger A. Children's participation: The theory and practice of involving young citizens in community development and environmental care. Routledge 2013. Livingstone Sonia and Moira Bovill eds. Children and their changing media environment: A European comparative study. Routledge 2013. Mayesky Mary. Creative Activities and Curriculum for young children. Cengage Learning 2014. Patton Lori D. et al. Student development in college: Theory research and practice. John Wiley & Sons 2016. Runco Mark A. Creativity: Theories and themes: Research development and practice. Elsevier 2014. Weinstein Netta and Cody R. DeHaan. "On the mutuality of human motivation and relationships." Human Motivation and Interpersonal Relationships. Springer Netherlands 2014. 3-25. [...]
INSTRUCTION GIVEN 1. Articulate the significance of creative representation for babies and young children 2. Describe and analyse theories of babies and young children’s creative representation 3. Demonstrate the connections between observations, relevant theory and practice 4. Demonstrate an understanding of the ways in which contexts and relationships support babies’ and young children’s interests and creativity. Describe and analyse theories of babies and young children’s creative representation 3. Demonstrate the connections between observations, relevant theory and practice 4. Demonstrate an understanding of the ways in which contexts and relationships support babies’ and young children’s interests and creativity.