Our girls are all about adventure and exploring. They can be playing in their room or the backyard or anywhere and use their imaginations to create a land of their own. We encourage them to be excited with they play as it helps for them to create and imagine even more. Our girls are Disneyland fans because, well simply they love using their imaginations and seeing shows and films come to life. Our youngest kiddo even took her first steps in Disney’s California Adventure Park! It’s only natural that every movie that comes out form Disney we have to see.
One way we get our kids excited is with a fun project or a awesome new movie. Our girls are all about science and love space so Disney’s A Wrinkle In Time is a fun new movie that has a lot of their favorite elements. With awesome effects, a fun adventure through magical and places built off imagination.
Our girls are fans of A Wrinkle In Time and love the Mrs. Who, Mrs. Which, and Mrs. Whatsit dolls along with anything that allows them create the world they are playing in. Imagination along with STEM toys is a great way to introduce kids to science. Creating a new generation of science lovers and real scientist who happen to be a trio of girls in our home!
Disney’s A Wrinkle in Time Review
Meg Murry’s father disappears due to a dark intergalactic source, which people call the It. So Meg, her brother, Charles Wallace, and her friend Calvin go out on a search to find her father. They are guided by the Misses named Mrs Who, Mrs. Which, and Mrs. Whatsit , who Charles Wallace has met multiple times before.
What I love about this story is the story of family and love. Having daughters I think they can look up to Meg and how smart she is. This ultimate story of adventure will make you believe that anything is possible. I know my girls all enjoyed the movie and being that we love space it was really fun to have a movie that experienced that. There a bit of danger in this movie but nothing too scary for children. It’s a great family movie night movie and one we’ve watched a few times now.
What we love about this movie is the science and space focus. For our girls just imagining that anything is possible. Taking an adventure to another planet. The ultimate story of love and family. That no matter how much time or space love is truly powerful. We just fell in love with this storyline so it made our family movie night even more special because our girls got to get busy with learning and STEM.
What are some fun ways you foster imaginative learning and creativity?
We have a super duper fantastically awesome Disney A Wrinkle In Time goodies giveaway. With fun creative activities to an electronic arcade DIY game, this fun pack has so much fun to celebrate this new exciting adventure. Learn and create like a scientist, sparkle like one of the Celestial beings, and build a fun world with origami. This fun prize pack has something for everyone in the family and great to do and play all as a family.
A Wrinkle In Time Giveaway
- A Wrinkle in Time Blu-ray
- LittleBits STEM kit
- A Wrinkle in Time: A Guide to the Universe Book
- Mrs. Which Playing Cards
- Flower Origami Set
- Mess-Free Glitter Foam Bracelets
- Metallic Temporary Tattoos
- Full Color Nail Decal Set
- Assorted Adhesive Jewels
Philip Lawrence says
I do it by taking them to many different types of museums.
Leslie Stanziani says
We like to do crafts and build things with items found around our home.
Trisha Musgrave says
I make sure my kids are involved in a lot of hands on activities!
Janine Hwang says
I foster creativity by getting a lots of art projects
Sarah L says
A trip to our museum of Science and Nature is a great place to explore and imagine.
Thanks for the contest.
Janet Boyanton says
We do science with everyday objects. We made a churn in a glass jar and made butter. We made bread with and without yeast to learn about leavening. (Dont plan to eat the one without yeast!)
We learn through creative toys: blocks, dough, paints, etc..
Laurie Emerson says
We build projects with legos. They also love to be creative by painting and coloring.
We create a lot of things with legos and do craft projects
Cheryl B says
I make sure we have craft supplies ready.
joe clark says
Usually with discussion on space
Trisha McKee says
We are outside a lot. Hiking or fishing. Fresh air and we read a lot. Anything to get kids using their minds and thinking without the help of a computer or phone.
Cassandra D says
Fun ways that I foster imaginative learning and creativity are through arts & crafts and through painting.
debbie wilson says
Planting Veggies/Spices/Fruit !!! My Grandkids Love Our Garden They Help Plant Water our Garden They R Amazed When Out Tomato Plants Have Tomatoe’s On Them Just a lot of fun And Learning How Healthy Organic Foods Are !!!
Susan Smith says
We do a lot of crafts together.
Tamara Regan says
Building with Lego’s is a big thing in our household. We don’t follow directions o build something, we use our imaginations to come up with our own designs. It is an activity both the kids and adults enjoy.
eva andrew says
we make it a point to do craft projects daily.
Buddy Garrett says
We do crafts and puzzles.
Vicki D. says
We buy lots of craft projects. But, I also come from a family of people who love to play cards.
So, we play a lot of games!
Kayla klontz says
We have several STEM based toys and games to help them with hands on learning, we also do things to be creative like arts and crafts and building things, such as forts!
We try to foster imaginative learning and creativity with craft projects
Jennifer Barr says
building with legos
Stephanie Liske says
We like to find ideas online and then go outside and test them out.
We do a lot of crafts and my 12 year old loves to bake so so is always coming up with creative ideas for decorating cookies, cakes and cupcakes
Jessica Whitehouse says
My boys love playing with legos, magnets, ad all kinds of building toys.
glitter and scented markers!
Lori Walker says
We have most days without tv shows and try to do crafts weekly.
Samantha Cornelius says
Play dress up…
Donna Clifford says
making up stories
Alecia Gibson says
I always encourage my nephew to find different objects in shapes for example, I’ll point at a cloud and say, “Colton, what does that cloud look like?” or I’ll pick up a leaf off the ground and say, “Colton, I think this leaf looks like a dog. What do you think it looks like?”. I have to say that the kid has quite an imagination. 🙂
My husband loves asking the kids random questions. Your completely right it creates imagination for sure!
Alma London says
My kids love to build. They love science and technology and putting things together. This awesome Giveaway would be soooooo perfect for summer vacation. Thanks for the chance.
Denise M says
We love building and engineering, so we have lot of legos, plain straws, cardboard, tape…. anything you can build with
We do various art projects together.
Abigail Gibson says
I like taking nature walks with my niece and we will collect leaves and try to find out what type of tree they came from.
susan smoaks says
we spend time being creative to foster creativity. it is fun.
We foster learning and creativity through painting. My nieces and nephews love painting rocks.
Michelle C says
We love crafting and creating art!
elizabeth miller says
We do a lot of arts and crafts and mini science experiments in the house to help get the kids thinking.
Jenny Q. says
My kids love to create through art so we always have a lot if art and craft supplies. It is fun to see what they come up with.
Rivka K says
Dress up – it is an amazing enhancement for imaginative play.
I use music to allow the, to explore their imagination.
We have a stocked craft cabinet and my kids make homemade cards for every holiday and birthday!
Christina Gould says
Some fun ways that I foster imaginative learning and creativity are allowing my child to roam outdoors and not letting her watch to much TV. Thanks for the giveaway!
Outdoors is best!
Luna S says
We love doing crafts together.
Azeem Isaahaque says
Paiting pictures of me in a craft group
Sara Floyd says
We love doing STEM type crafts, and doing it our own way
We turn off the screens and try to use our imagination.
Christine Yvonne Groce says
crafts, the zoo and reading
Jake B says
my nieces and I do crafts and they draw to keep busy.
Yesenia Pinkz says
Crafts, reading books, and entertaining themself occupied by drawing.
Elizabeth Brooks says
crafts and building blocks are a hit in our house
Adrienne Gordon says
Field trips to museums.
Find ideals on the internet and print them off to do
Lauren Becker says
I love bringing my niece and nephew to the library so they can learn new things and make fun crafts.
Kenneth Helmick says
We like building block sets.
Always crafts and hands on learning opportunities
Antoinette M says
We like building with Lego bricks and making fun art from recyclables.
Nicole Flynn says
I like to have the incorporate crafts and baking. So we sometimes have creative craft days, and other days creative baking. While many of the things we bake have recipes, we often put in a twist, or if it’s a sweet treat, the children can decorate them. My 9 year old, Emma, really loves creating new or improving old recipes in the kitchen. She says it makes her feel good and smart like a scientist.
Frank Lee says
My daughter crafts with these items and loves it.
Bryan Vice says
We’re always making different crafts and jewelry to keep the mind running
We have lots of markers and paper handy for them to make books or draw favorite characters. We also have creative building games and toys like Legos and Minecraft for them to play around with.
Cynthia C says
I always made sure my kids had plenty of time, space and materials to encourage imaginative play.