Creativity can be used to teach and empower children in a rapidly changing world
Creative work can help them to use problem solving skills and thrive through challenges
Creative work builds a sense of pride and self-confidence in a child, and allows them to explore their creativity.
One of the health benefits of creative activities can cause an increase in an individual’s emotional intelligence.
In enabling one’s emotions to flow through art, one can create a better grasp of his varying feelings. One can experiment on feelings of joy, peace, love, and happiness while performing these tasks.
The improvements for the individual’s personality, and emotional stability, do not just benefit the single individual but also the people around them. This helps them to respond to the emotions felt by others.
The child has more control of their emotions which is beneficial for the people with whom they interact.
For children, these activities can also promote the improvement of the senses.
Knowing the role of the brain is to deliver messages instructing the actions to be performed by one’s body. This happens by stimulating the brain, then the relevant integral organ, is vital to improve the control of the organs. In summary to enhance the physiological communication in the message pathways between the brain and the body.
So a child who has engaged in creative drawing would experience many positive changes in how he would respond to and perceive the world.