Speaking of Imagination

Speaking of Imagination

A child’s ability to imagine things beyond their own senses is directly related to the depth and breadth of their vocabulary. It takes little imagination to realize the limitations of limited vocabulary on creativity, or on believing spiritual truths for that matter. However, the more words your child has with which to express himself, the greater will be the scope and intensity of what he can imagine ... 

Imagionality - Understanding Your Child's Imaginative Personality

Imagionality - Understanding Your Child's Imaginative Personality

The way that we think—how we perceive or gather information, and how we make judgments or decisions about it—defines who we really are. It’s the “real me.” But where does imagination fit into that picture of personality? Is my imagination something different and distinct from those mental activities? Or do those mental activities determine and define my imagination? ...

Disruptive Imagionality

Disruptive Imagionality

Be open to supporting your child’s disruptive imagination. If something captures their imagination, and it is something you can help them reach for, be ready to explore how you can make it happen. Fight against the gravitational pull to “put their feet back on the ground” with some lesser form of sustaining innovation ...