“The Creative School Class”, tells the story of a contest to find the most creative class in the school. But the idea was not to excel individually in arts or crafts, as is the usual understanding of creativity in children. We were asked to find an idea that would be socially beneficial. Then, we had to implement our idea through cooperation. Through this experience, we learned about the environment and recycling, but also about consensus, commitment and engagement, solution finding, collaboration, and creative thinking.
If this sounds familiar, it is because these values are crucial to modern entrepreneurship, since they help us adapt to an ever-changing environment. We learned to look at things from outside the box and to find solutions accordingly.
Sharing our story with your children, you can teach them to do the same and take advantage of life’s opportunities.