pbs parents unleash your childs inner artist

D+D on PBS: Unleashing Your Child’s Inner Artist

pbs parents unleash your childs inner artist

If you’ve ever read any of the Pinkalicious books, you know that Pinkalicious and her little brother Peter are all about art. They are constantly using their imaginations – creating inventive crafts, summoning imaginary unicorns and dragons, and painting absolutely everything pink!

(Don’t worry. Their parents are cool with it.)

These two characters show us that when kids explore their creativity, it leads to lots and lots of fun. But did you know that it can also lead to other important benefits throughout their lives? It’s true ­– and our newest article on the PBS Parents website can tell you all about it!

Read our article to learn lots of beautifully inspiring stuff about art, including:

  • How art activities can affect your child’s grades
  • How to breathe new life into stale hand-me-down clothes
  • How investing in construction paper and markers can end up saving you some serious cash
  • And more!

If the other stuff we write – like this website, or our adorable-picture-filled parenting book Think Like a Baby – get your creative juices flowing, you’ll want to take a good long look at this article, too.

So go check out our new article now!

“Unleashing Your Child’s Inner Artist” by Amber and Andy Ankowski
for pbs.org


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