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What is creativity?

Creativity is defined as the tendency to generate or recognize ideas, alternatives, or possibilities that may be useful in solving problems, communicating with others, and entertaining ourselves and others. Do you ever realize that creativity is a type of rational thought which offers multiple solutions to a problem for your child? In the era of modernization creativity seems to be a key to development and parents can nurture creativity in a child by valuing it at home, encouraging, self-expression and rewarding creative behavior.

Importance of creativity

Creativity develops many skills in a child, like fluency- which gives the ability to produce many ideas, originality-  which makes the unique and one of a kind, flexibility- which enables children to think out of the box.


1. Analytical Thinking –

Creative people have the ability to devise new ways to carry out tasks, solve problems, and meet challenges. They bring a fresh, and sometimes unorthodox, perspective to their work.

2. Open Minded –

Creative kids set aside any assumptions or biases they may have, and look at things in a completely new way. Kids look at the world differently, in a different light when they are creative.

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3. Problem Solving –

Children convert from a linear thinker to a divergent thinker offering multiple solutions or answer to problems which are a result of creative thinking and children feels more superior afters revolving their problems on their own.

4. Communication –

With the development of creativity, a child takes a step ahead in the area of communication because every time they want to explain the facts and the thought that indulge in their mind which makes them a superior communicator

5. Creativity in S.T.E.M-

It reflects science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. generally, children find these subjects to be boring but creativity adds a new way of thinking for them to make it interesting to learn.

How you help your children to be creative?

1. keep your children away from unnecessary digital screens like television and phone screens

2. Encourage your children on their small creative assignment like making a paper boat, drawing and other creative steps

3. Do some interesting activities with your children which make them do so further

4. Develop some skill in your child according to their taste like robotics, coding, arts or crafts

Creativity school at home.

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What is Creativity?

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According to Richard Branson, “the most talented, thought provoking and game changing people are never normal.”In other words, they are the ones, who always think out of the box.

In every individual’s mind, there is a bell named ‘curiosity’, when this bell rings it results in the brainstorming by the individual. Everyone does every work in their own unique way. Every individual is different and thus their way of doing things will be also unique in a way. This uniqueness is termed, in the simplest terms, the ‘creativity’ of the individual. Each person is different and has a different way of dealing with the things. And this difference is the only thing that makes them unique in the universe.

In the current scenario, the one who thinks, presents and speaks in a way that… that is new to the people, or something that compels the person at other end to brainstorm into the deep depths, is the one who catches the most eyes and is praised by everyone, just like a Hindi proverb ‘Jo dikhta hai vahi bikta hai’. Everyone has this uniqueness of being unique, what it requires is just the identification, the way to know self, adeep introspection and a belief in the self. Uniqueness is damn necessary for one’s survival in the current scenario. For instance,  a chef can make the boring regular food items into something the people would crave for. This is possible because of the creativity of the chef. We all are well aware of the fact that the good the food in looks, the better it tastes, and tasty food is all we want when we go to the restaurants or food courts etc. The unique, the creative way of presenting that same old boring food into a delicacy, makes the person addicted to it. This is what the magic of hard brainstorming is.

In general, the individuals in the second age group(3-12 years of age) are seen to be more creative. It is not like they lose their capability of thinking differently or cannot do something new, but because of n number of pressures, they stop being Creative (not deliberately but because of the circumstances). They are unable to show their creativity because of the other necessities of their lives.

Education is a must these days. Everyone knows and genuinely accepts the fact. But what is more important during a child’s education is to know and let him/her aware of his/her talents. One can do the work more efficiently and creatively, he/she is talented in.The creative education works as a shiner in polishing a person’s hidden talent and the unique way of performing regular task differently. Someone, once said, “it doesn’t matter, neither it is visible how hardly you perform a task, what is seen as an outcome is- how efficiently and differently you performed the task.”Creativity is directly proportional to the efficiency, and is inversely proportional to the time consumption.

Bill Gates said, “For any difficult task, I will choose a lazy person because a lazy person will find an easier way to perform the task.” It happens because they utilize their more and more time into thinking about life, their perspective and most importantly, they introspect. They know their weaknesses and identify their positive and negative sides early in their life, which the active people lack (in most cases) because they are always into the mad rat race.

The creative the individual is, more efficiently the task will be performed. More the efficiency, more eyes catchy it would be and hence the outcome will be the profits and profits. Creative education is as important as primary education. In fact, it should be included in the curriculum of primary students and make it easier for the children to identify and Utilize their hidden superstars in a more cool way.

5 DIY Projects Based On Aerodynamics

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Aerodynamics For Kids


Aerodynamics is the way air moves around things. The rules of aerodynamics explain how an airplane is able to fly. Anything that moves through air reacts to aerodynamics. A rocket blasting off the launch pad and a kite in the sky react to aerodynamics. Aerodynamics even acts on cars, since air flows around cars.

For birds and other flying animals, the flapping motion of their wings creates both lift and thrust. If the wings of an airplane could flap they would also propel the airplane through the air and maintain lift, and an engine wouldn’t be needed. But it would be very difficult to design and build an airplane with flapping wings. It would be an extreme engineering challenge which is why airplanes are designed to keep the source of lift (the wings) and thrust (the engine) separate.

Aerodynamics For Kids

What Is Lift?

Lift is the push that lets something move up. It is the force that is the opposite of weight. Everything that flies must have lift. For an aircraft to move upward, it must have more lift than weight. A hot air balloon has lift because the hot air inside is lighter than the air around it. Hot air rises and carries the balloon with it. A helicopter’s lift comes from the rotor blades at the top of the helicopter. Their motion through the air moves the helicopter upward. Lift for an airplane comes from its wings.

What Is Thrust?

Thrust is the force that is the opposite of drag. Thrust is the push that moves something forward. For an aircraft to keep moving forward, it must have more thrust than drag. A small airplane might get its thrust from a propeller. A larger airplane might get its thrust from jet engines. A glider does not have thrust. It can only fly until the drag causes it to slow down and land.

Birds, airplanes, helicopters – basically, everything that flies is affected by the forces of aerodynamics. Aerodynamics is the study of how air moves around a solid object. The more aerodynamic a flying object is, the better it will fly.

Forces of Aerodynamics have four forces of aerodynamics:

1. Drag: a force that slows flying objects down.

2. Thrust: a force that pushes things upward

3. Weight: a force that pulls everything down.

4. Lift: the push that lets something move up.

Here are some cool experiments that fly due to forces of aerodynamics.

1. Glider

A paper-based experiment that glides. Simply, a glider is an unpowered airplane, a plane without an engine. Gliders are amazing and graceful machines and are about as close as humans can get to soaring like birds.

Materials needed:

* paper (hard)
* Paper Printer
* Scissors
* Colors

How to make:

Print this on A4 paper to make the glider. Cut the outline and put the wing inside. The wing if not folded will be good for gliding but if the wings are folded in such a way they are ideal to glide to more distance.

2. Parachute

Parachutes are a great way to learn about Weight and air resistance. They are also a great way to pass the time, especially once you begin to experiment with different weights and sizes. If you already know how to make a simple parachute, why not try a larger, more advanced one instead? Design one that can fall slowly to the ground before putting it to the test, making modifications as you go.

Materials needed:

* Paper Cup
* Big Polybag
* Thread
* Tapes
* Scissor
* something to poke a hole

How to make:

Poke 4 holes on the paper cup and tie equal lengths of thread to it. Cut a big rectangular piece from the polybag and paste the threads on each corner. Try to throw it from a certain height.

Hopefully, your parachute will descend slowly to the ground, giving your weight a comfortable landing. When you release the parachute the weight pulls down on the strings and opens up a large surface area of material that uses air resistance to slow it down. The larger the surface area the more air resistance and the slower the parachute will drop.

Cutting a small hole in the middle of the parachute will allow air to slowly pass through it rather than spilling out over one side, this should help the parachute fall straighter.

3. Paper Airplane

Paper airplanes have been around for as long, if not longer, an actual aircraft. In 1908-1909, Aero magazine used paper airplanes to explain aerodynamics principles. In 2012, paper planes thought to be over 100 years old were found in the eaves of a chapel in England. This timeless hobby is simple and easy for both beginners or experts

Materials needed:

* A4 Sheet
* Some Folding skills

How to make:
  1. Fold the paper in half vertically.
  2. Unfold the paper and fold each of the top corners into the center line.
  3. Fold the top edges into the center line.
  4. Fold the plane in half toward you.
  5. Fold the wings down, matching the top edges up with the bottom edge of the body.
  6. Add double stick tape to the inside of the body. The finished plane should look as shown in the image above.

4. Crazy Flying Copter

Expand your play zone to the skies with the Crazy Flying Copter DIY Kit. Learn about the power of aerodynamics & winding by making this fun science kit. To send this helicopter-inspired gadget flying, just pull the string and watch it zoom into the sky. This simple toy will astound you and your friends. Give the gift of science with toys and gadgets that foster curiosity and encourage scientific learning.

Materials needed:

*Wooden Body Piece
*Wooden Handle
*Rubber Bands
*Plastic Pipe
*Transparent Plastic Pipe
*Zip Ties
*Ball Bearing

How to make:
  1. Check your material.
  2. Handle pipe setup.
  3. Make the stick bearing assembly.
  4. Fixing Thread.
  5. Make wind up system in the handle.
  6. Finishing setup.
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5. Hand Copter

Handcopter is a super cool copter in which we are making a popsicle stick fly. When rotated using Hands, the twisted popsicle stick spins rapidly, it begins to create lift by pushing air downward. With enough energy, the hand copter will fly in whatever direction it is pointing.

Materials needed:

*Flat Stick
*Long Stick(Shaft)

How to make:
  1. Put the flat stick in a pan of water for 2-3
    minutes. This will make the stick bend easily
    without breaking.
  2. Slightly bend the strip as shown.
  3. Attach the long stick to the flat strip as
  4.  The hand copter is ready to use. To launch,
    simply place the HandCopter’s shaft
    between both hands and spin counter-clockwise.

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