People tend to think of creativity as the special gift of a small percentage of children and adults. Fortunately, however, this conception of creativity has begun to change, and elitist attitudes are being dispelled. Educators are viewing creativity as the sum of a vast array of attributes.

    Children are naturally inclined to express themselves in imaginative and symbolic ways. Play is the vehicle for this self-expression. One purpose of this book is to help parents see in their children creative potentials that can be nurtured quite readily. All parents can enhance their children's creativity, whether the children are identified as gifted or not.
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