Be Creative and Follow Your Art with Gymboree

As parents I feel that it’s very important to encourage our children to be creative. Being creative is an outlet and a way for our children to express their emotions and inner self. Great ways for them to do this is through art, music, or a hobby. Fairly young children can show their creativity through play, song, and dance. We can also inspire them to do so by expressing ourselves in creativity as well and letting our children learn by example.

Be Creative and Follow Your Art with Gymboree

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My kids are currently being creative through imagination play and art. They love to make their cars and trucks pretend to talk while creating adventurous pathways for them to follow. Both of my children also love to draw and paint. Whether it be on paper, chalk boards, or sometimes they try to sneak by mom and add a little color to the furniture with their crayons.

This year I was so excited to hear about the new clothing line at Gymboree because it’s inspired by the way kids get creative. We can now let our children tell their own story through their clothing with Gymboree’s bright colors and fresh ideas. With Spring just around the corner, it’s time to stock up and start fresh. The Free Shipping at Gymboree is always a bonus as well.

Dressed in new styles we plan to really let our creativity shine this Spring. By painting rocks for our flower garden, growing our flowers, and turning the backyard into a truck off road course, I know the kids will be happy creating their own masterpieces.

What are some things that your kids will be creating this Spring?

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