Whether you’re already knee-deep into makerspaces or just toying with the idea of maybe adding some LEGOs to your library next year, we can all benefit by making time for creative experiences.
Summer is a great time to rest, renew and grow as individuals. Making time for creative experiences and pursuits is one great way to grow yourself and gain new ideas to take back to your students. I find that allowing myself time for these kinds of experiences always deepens my practice during the school year.
4 Ways You Can Get Creative This Summer
In my post on AASL Knowledge Quest, I share some ideas for things you can do to boost your creativity this summer (or any time really). Click on over to learn more about why you should:
- Learn a new skill
- Visit a museum
- Make stuff with kids
- Read a book on creativity
Plus, there’s some great book recommendations 🙂
What do you do to rest, renew and boost your creativity over the summer?