Creative Parenting Journal
One of the key elements of our "Draw It Out" program is the use of our specially crafted journals - for the Parent and Child its called "Creative Parenting." This journal is filled with a variety of exercises and prompts that are designed to inspire both the child and the parent to explore their thoughts, emotions, and experiences through art. The exercises are carefully curated to be age-appropriate and encourage open communication between parent and child.
"Creative Parenting" journal offers three types of exercises:
Child-Centered Exercises: These exercises are specifically designed for the child to express their thoughts, feelings, and ideas through art. They encourage creativity, imagination, and self-reflection.
Parent-Centered Exercises: These exercises provide an opportunity for parents to reflect on their own experiences, emotions, and parenting journey. They promote self-awareness, empathy, and self-care for parents.
Joint Exercises: These exercises are meant to be completed together by the parent and child. They encourage collaboration, communication, and shared creative experiences. These joint exercises can deepen the parent-child connection and create lasting memories.
Using the "Creative Parenting" journal during our "Draw It Out" sessions, or on your own - allows parents and children to engage in meaningful conversations, discover new insights about themselves and each other, and strengthen their relationship in a supportive and creative way.