Creativity For Kids

18 Dec 18
Molly Yale's Blog

Winning book of the National Book Award for Nonfiction, The Worst Hard Times by Timothy Egan explores the boundaries between history and journalism. This book is highly deserving of the recognition it received because it uniquely uses a historical event to accomplish more than just retelling a period of time. It instead tells a story. […]

18 Dec 18
Haley Lauren Smith

For some of us Christmas is not the most wonderful time of the year but one filled with anxiety, overwhelm and dread. As we watch other people fly home to families for Christmas and consumers buy gifts personalised for their loved ones we start to crumble inside. I can’t afford to go home this year […]

18 Dec 18
PTSD Panda

Super belated I know! Been M.I.A a bit these past couple of days. The silly season is definitely upon us. So much senseless violence and death in my neck of the woods right now. I love Christmas but at the same time I feel like over the next 3 or so months I get to […]

18 Dec 18
the joy of five

This year I have decided to bundle all the kids gifts into one as lets face it no one child likes something just because it is aimed at their age or gender so here are a few of my top pics for this christmas from tots to teens and everyone in between. Matchstick Monkey – […]

18 Dec 18
Sound Books

Below are Nickelodeon USA’s currently announced December 2018 premiere highlights for Nick, Nicktoons, Nick Jr., Nick at Nite, NickSports and TeenNick: Latest Update – 12/18: A few updates: Added new episodes of Thomas & Friends and Double Dare, as Nickelodeon’s New Year’s Eve highlights! (Check back regularly for the latest updates!) Channel selector: Nickelodeon | […]

18 Dec 18
sputniksteve

In what has been described as the most watched TED talk of all time, Sir Ken Robinson famously suggests that we are “educated out” of creativity. This view has certainly not gone uncontested. Julian Astle does a nice job of commenting upon Robinson’s arguments, pointing to TEDx talk by Astle’s colleague Tim Leunig in which Leunig […]

18 Dec 18
Thrive Global

It’s clear that it’s within the power of women to be a powerful force for change, but how can women convey our messages in a way that makes people want to sit up and listen?

18 Dec 18
Sound Books

Since we last saw Stockholm-based artist Erik Åberg’s Ghostkube project, he’s investigated the geometry, creativity, and organic qualities behind these interconnected cubes, building prototypes and exploring ways that they could be played with. The result: GHOSTKUBE, a sculpture inspired by moving origami. From his Kickstarter: “I was searching for a precise, and organic life-like movement […]

18 Dec 18
Sanny Spear - My messed up life as a thirty-something

Have you ever struggled in your life? Have you ever felt lost? Have you ever felt like everything was just falling apart, and you felt like losing ground? I have been there. I did not see any future for myself. My life changed, and even though I was prepared, I was not really. I wanted […]

18 Dec 18
susan goewey

What do you get the person who has everything? How about … a good laugh? (Who couldn’t use that?) I treasure a good laugh more than anything under the tree,  so I went shopping online (and in my schema) for funny gift ideas;  I found so many fun ideas.  Like a fake glass of spilled […]

18 Dec 18
Atlas Artist Group

As with every year, 2018 gave us a lot of music—more than there was enough time to listen to, it seemed. Between exploring the albums that were critically acclaimed and cheering on artists already near and dear to us, we were overloaded in the best way. Everyone on the Atlas team has a different list, […]

18 Dec 18
TED Blog

Between the amazing speakers of TEDWomen, there’s a carefully programmed mini film festival — brilliant short films, curated by Jonathan Wells and Anyssa Samari, that set (or re-set) the mood in the theater, and celebrate the creativity of women and men around the world. Here’s what played, session by session: Session 1: Showing Up The […]

18 Dec 18
Lehmann's Portfolio

Back at home, there’s this group my mother invites me time to time, having no say in the matter, I accompany her. A church consisting only of Asian ethnic backgrounds, she thought I could bond with the people there. I even asked myself If I could, I looked nothing like the other kids. The first […]

18 Dec 18
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Sensory Toys And Press N Go Toys Our customised baby gifts are ideal for welcoming babies into the world, Christenings & birthdays. The Packages of Joy group can include handwriting, computer-generated vinyl transfers, hand painting and embroidery to practically the whole product brochure. All of our handwritten products such as photo frames and loan boxes […]