Creative kids

Artist Vernon Ah Kee shares some ideas to support artistic curiosity and creativity in children.

Children are naturally creative. As a parent, you support your child to be creative and learn through art and craft activities.

This can start with:

  • what is immediately around them
  • their home
  • their family.

If you are supportive, and engage with little ones as they express their ideas and try out new techniques, they will develop the confidence to continue.

Video originally sourced from the DET Foundations For Success website, providing additional guidance to the Early Years Learning Framework for the delivery quality early learning programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.

Published — 02 September 2016 Last updated — 22 December 2016

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What is your relationship with the child?


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