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A collaborative open space set for children to build products and services around topics defined by the community of educators that surrounds them (eg. Friendship, Care, Respect to Diversity and Conflict Resolution).
Using the Giraffe riddle as a way to awaken our 'inner child creativity'. The Giraffe riddle on Facebook that has reawakened users’ primary school fascination with riddles and jokes that has lain dormant since age 10.
One hour every Friday
Chalk art on playground, writing (journal, poetry), music
Certain classrooms open to these kids with teachers who have these skills to help kids out
Guest speakers/ artists/ musicians on the last Friday of every month
'Open materials' (like clay or building blocks) are a excellent strategy to incentive (re)creation. See things as unfinished, incomplete, under construction is fundamental for the young to feel able to create, and exercise his creative confidence.
A solution wherein young people can share their creativity without worrying about their inner critic that would help them to move from being inhibited to becoming expressive to being confident in their creativity.
Kids want to be like superheroes. Let us bring in a superhero who will encourage and guide them to become creative and confident. The superhero comes in TV cartoon, assigns projects to her friends for collaboration, meets them in a theme park.
"Make a day" is an application that combines business with pleasure . If you have an idea but have no materials , experience or time to do it , (Dreamers) share your idea so others(Crafters) interested to make your idea come true .
The dark room is a place for young people who ask for new and exciting experience. Just imagine brainstorming in a chamber and you don't see who are there with you. It certainly attracts people to work together for more creative and better ideas!
Give youths the opportunities to learn and practice new skills more easily by creating "Creative Projects Volunteer Groups".With very few volunteer groups around it makes it difficult to be given any opportunity to learn new skills hands on.
A wooden tree about 60cm tall. On the tree there are 3D wooden shapes hanging off the branches. On the shapes there are creative tasks written on them. When the task is completed, the user has to make a model out of the shapes that have been done.
I believe local businesses (hairdressers,greengrocers,ets) need to do their part in helping inspire young people in each individual area.Growth in communities starts with growth in individuals.Help everyone to grow,not just youths.
Creative catalysts and their students should use the correct words to build confidence and encourage expression. Teams should together build a series of positive, actionable words to describe art projects. The list should be a reference point.