How to Spark Your Kids’ Imagination: C.R Stewart on Creativity, Storytelling and The Books Your Children SHOULDN’T Read

Creativity is incredibly important for our children, but their imaginations are often stunted way more than we realize. What’s stopping them from tapping into their full creative potential, and what can we do about it, as parents? 

How do the stories our children read, hear, or watch influence their ways of thinking, and is there anything we should be monitoring? How can we foster creativity that will help them in the real world?

In this episode, award-winning author of the Britfield book series, Chad Robert Stewart shares how to engage our children’s minds.

“Storytelling is one of the most important skills you can acquire because you’ll be telling stories for the rest of your life, whether you’re pitching a product or addressing an audience.”

C.R. Stewart

Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode

  • The key to getting kids eager to learn
    Far too often, education is seen as a chore. How can we flip that on its head and help our kids find the FUN in learning?
  • How to keep our kids’ imaginations alive while working from home
    Kids tend to be more imaginative when they’re interacting with their peers. How can we recreate a playful, creative environment while they’re learning remotely?
  • How creativity benefits us as adults
    Could a creative background be more beneficial than we’re led to believe?

Guest Bio- 

Born in Newport Beach, California, Chad Robert Stewart has 20 years of experience in writing fiction, non-fiction, and screenplays. He is an award-winning, bestselling author, creativity specialist, and prolific writer. Founder of prestigious Britfield Institute, and Devonfield, an innovative company dedicated to the highest quality in publishing, film production, and education, Chad received a Bachelor of Arts in British literature and European history from Brown University; earned an MBA from Boston College, and is pursuing a Master of Science and a Ph.D. at Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management.

To find out more, go to: Britfield | Britfield Institute | Britfield FacebookBritfield Twitter

One of the most awarded books in children’s fiction, Britfield & the Lost Crown is a bestselling, fast-paced middle school adventure novel that transports the reader from the smoldering crags of Yorkshire, through the heart of England, and finally to the magnificent shores of Dover. Creating an interactive world of mystery and adventure, culture and education, Britfield is about friendship, family, loyalty, and courage. The first in a seven-book series, Britfield presents a real-world that children can embrace and not only entertains the reader, but educates them with accurate geography, literature, architecture, and history is interwoven throughout the exciting story.

Get a copy here.


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