Developing creativity is not all about art or design. Learn all about what creativity includes with a free creativity family character study.
Creativity as a character trait does include art but is not only about art.
Problem-solving and looking for better ways to do things is also considered creativity.
Learning to “think outside the box” is a practical life skill. Helping our children develop this skill will be useful to them in school, college, and beyond.
The process of developing creativity can be a fun and rewarding time. As you learn to communicate and help one another, you’ll draw closer as a family.
This creativity planner is a wonderful resource for families who are invested in character training.
During the four-week study, you’ll dig deeper into your family’s gifts and abilities.
Analyzing and evaluating worksheets help identify strengths and areas needing improvement.
A self-examination page encourages you (the parent) to list your strengths. You can add any traits you wish to develop and notate them.
You will check in together weekly. Throughout the study, you’ll work with your family to find easier or more fun ways to do things.
Reflecting on scripture, brainstorming, and planning are all things you’ll do together.
Grab more character training printables below:
- Character Counts FREE Planner about Enthusiasm
- Punctuality Character Planner
- Flexibility – FREE Character Counts Planner
Click here for your free family character study about creativity from The Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network.
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