Creative IQ (TM): Giving Young Learners the Creative Edge in a Competitive World by Jo-Anne Schneeweiss and Shelley Sefton is a revolutionary new book that looks at and defines Creative IQ (TM) for the very first time as "The ability to confidently develop and express creative, out-of-the-box solutions to challenges, relating to every aspect of life." The book goes on to amplify the definition for parents, caregivers and teachers, and describe the benefits of creative enrichment. Finally, it features one hundred activities, plus challenges within ten themed chapters, to develop the creative skill sets in children which will apply throughout their lives.
Children with the ability to think, process information, and express themselves creatively will have an extra set of skills to draw upon as broad-minded, motivated adults, confident in their ability to make a valuable contribution to any group or endeavour.
(1) Chocolotta ... Hard to Resist
(2) Creating in a Winter Wonderland
(3) Math ... It All Adds Up
(4) Little Chilli Peppers ... A Journey to Mexico
(5) You Colour My World
(6) Surfing for Fun at the Beach
(7) It's So Easy Being Green
(8) Say KNOW to Insects and Bugs
(9) Fruitastic Fun and
(10) A Camping We Will Go.
Below each activity you will find the building blocks for creativity involved in each task, concepts that are described in the book.