In our society, conformity tends to be valued more than creativity, which can cause it to be undervalued or even be criticized. But, nurturing our kids’ creativity is like handing them the keys to a world of endless possibilities.
While neuroscience might sound all fancy and sophisticated, enlightening young minds about their brains is actually a secret weapon that can help them harness the extraordinary power of their brains and take charge of their own cognitive development.
And so, one Phoenix mom and her creative son are breaking the language barrier of neuroscience to help kids develop a healthy relationship with their brains and unlock their creative genius. From the parts of the brain to its role in our everyday life, they hope to help little ones express their creative energies in wonderful ways and see their brains as an amazing part of what makes them who they are.
Best-Selling Children’s Author, Genein Letford joins our John Masiulionis and Little Forrest for Episode #178 of PR From The Heart’s Children’s Books Spotlight Series to share some incredible insights about connecting to the emotional part of our brain, the importance of creativity, helping our kids see the value of their creative works, how to turn our default mode network on, and the importance of play in nurturing our creative thinking. Genein also shares how we can help our kids develop resilience to handle setbacks and keep their motivations intact during difficult learning moments.
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Children’s Books Spotlight Series Episode #178: Genein Letford | My Brain, My Brain, My Beautiful Brain