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Let children be wrong sometimes

Posted by teachcreativity on May 16, 2013 at 5:30 PM

I just read an amazing article about the power of letting children be wrong. If we never make mistakes, we never learn - and this goes triple for young children, who are literally learning how to think.

http://geniusinchildren.org/2013/05/15/optimal-brain-development-requires-being-wrong-a-lot/

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Welcome to all creative early childhood teachers, child care professionals, and parents! I'm Abby Connors, early childhood music specialist, author, and presenter. This website is for you to learn many ways to help children develop their creativity with music, games, stories and other activities. Young children need us to nurture and support their creative thinking skills with fun activities that challenge and delight. Read on, and click on the subjects on the left, to learn hundreds of ways to increase children's creativity!