Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: Health: Family & Parenting

The First Steps Series

"Highly Recommended. This series not only supplies common sense suggestions to parents and reinforces those who are on the right track with their child's development and well-being, but it also raises fresh ideas and approaches with which to tackle these important issues." -EMRO Review
"Highly Recommended. Click for more

Nurturing Creativity in Children

Nurturing Creativity in Children

Young children are naturally curious and wonderfully imaginative; they constantly ask questions as to how and why things work, as any parent knows. Children use that curiosity and imagination to think effectively and to create in many ways, be that with their minds, in words, songs or stories, with their bodies, in rhythm, dance, movement, games or sports, or with their hands, using paints, pencils, pens, crayons, paper and bits of wood. As Dr. Frances Bond explains, creativity is not a special gift possessed by only a few people it's possessed by everyone in varying degrees. In this program she addresses how creativity develops and what parents can do to nurture their child's creativity. Her guests include Jim Flood, Art Dept. Chair, Towson State University, and Kay Broadwater, an art instructor and mother of four. 02/08DE SCA 30 min.





Arts: Architecture     Arts: Art & Artists     Arts: Instruction & How-to     Arts: Music     Arts: Performing Arts    
Arts: Photography     Cinema: Drama     Cinema: Family     Cinema: Literature     Cinema: Mysteries    
Cinema: Westerns     Computer Science     Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement     Early Childhood     English: Language Arts    
English: Literature & Writing     English: Poetry     Foreign Language Study     Foreign Language: French    
Foreign Language: Spanish     Games/Hobbies     Guidance     Health: Aging    
Health: Child Health & Safety     Health: Family & Parenting     Health: Holistic/Self-Help/Spirituality     Health: Medicine    
Health: Psychology & Psychiatry     Mathematics     Phys. Ed.: Instruction & Fitness    
Phys. Ed.: Recreation & Sports     Reading: Children's Literature     Reading: Storytelling    
Science Fiction/Fantasy     Science: Agriculture     Science: Environment     Science: Natural & Physical    
So. Studies/Sciences: Geography/Cultures     So. Studies/Sciences: History     So. Studies/Sciences: Law    
So. Studies/Sciences: Philosophy     So. Studies/Sciences: Political Science     So. Studies/Sciences: Religion    
So. Studies/Sciences: Sociology     So. Studies/Sciences: U.S./World Issues    
So. Studies/Sciences: Women's Studies     Special Education    
Staff Development     Voc. Ed.: Business/Career/Communications    
Voc. Ed.: Family & Consumer Science     Voc. Ed.: Industrial & Technical