Encourage Creativity in Children With Little You
By feeding and nurturing a child’s creativity we can boost their confidence and help them to build a healthy, happy life. As we age creativity drops and it is up to us to help keep that creativity going so they can have all the benefits of a well rounded life, continue to have new and original ideas, and remain confident in themselves and their abilities.
Using the Little You program children create an avatar of themselves. With hundreds of combinations and selections they can use their imagination to create themselves as they see themselves now, how they want to see themselves, or how they see their future. Their limited only by their own imagination, and with no rules to follow on how they want their avatar to be, they can take that chance to be whoever they want. Once they have created their avatar it can be printed and purchased for delivery right to their home or school.
As the avatars are designed so they can be shared amongst friends and on the website, allowing others to purchase any that spark their own creativity or grab their attention. The avatars are printed using 3D technology from coloured sandstone. This keeps the colour from fading as it is built right into the product, and a full color plastic is added to boost the colours and add a sensory aspect with the different textures present. Simply design your avatar, order your character, and have it printed in 3D and delivered right to your door. This type of printing is accurate, the colours are true to design and fade resistant, and all materials are safe for use by children and adults.
These make great gift ideas, create an avatar of your child with them, or make some of your whole family, and send them out for Christmas or birthday gifts, have a child make one of their friends and send their friend a gift to show exactly how they see them. With a family of Little You avatars children can play out moments of their day, tell you all their worries, and share with you their favourite activities
Encouraging children and adults to remain creative and to follow their passions can help them to think outside the box when problem solving, find better fitting jobs and even find new ways to use their skills when a suitable job or career isn’t available, while expanding their own limits with the confidence that they will be successful. Creativity also boosts social interactions and relationships and can help to maintain deep thinking and a consideration of all options, keeping people more flexible and resilient. Creative people are more engaged at work and at home and are more efficient and productive, with many new ideas to keep society evolving and helping bring new products to market to solve current problems.