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Development of intelligence and creativity in children

Development of intelligence and creativity in children

Development of Creativity in Children
Author: Dorothy G.Singer Jerome L.Singer
Publisher: Gendaş

In this comprehensive study that explores children's imagination in all aspects, Dorothy and Jerome Singer explore how creative games begin and develop, from the baby's first smile to the later games. In their work, they present interesting examples and research results about children's imaginary playmates, youth, rule games, adults' creativity and thinking. The chapters in this book are very important for writers, families and directors working on creativity and the effects of games, television and imagination throughout life.

CONTENTS
Childhood Games
Creativity Possibilities
Imitation and Baby Games Start
Most Creative Games
Imaginary Playmates and Imagination
Cognitive and Emotional Growth with Games
Creating Environments for Creative Games
Television Watching and Creativity
Play as a Maker
Imagination in Advanced Childhood When Creative Games End
Towards Creative Adults


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