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The World of Imagination



The never-ending barrage of questions, the infinite curiosities and the incredible amount of thoughtfulness a child exhibits is often difficult to capture in mere words, it is an experience meant to be felt. To imagine, is to open the windows of one's mind to the infinite possibilities that exist out there, and children manage to do just that, and much more!


A child's imagination is fascinating, and often, amusing. While listening to the stories of children, adults laugh to themselves because they may have forgotten their own early notions, such as their steadfast beliefs that animals might speak or that a small door may open to another planet. Thankfully, some grownups still retain their childlike imaginations and have been able to produce timeless works like JK Rowling’s “Harry Potter Series”, and CS Lewis' "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe".


Children need to use their imaginations to master many important lifelong skills. Almost all children possess the imagination necessary to transform a box or a piece of fabric into a fort or a superhero cape. They might play pretend for hours, pretending that commonplace items are something else. Even though it may appear like just another aspect of childhood, play is essential for children's growth. Children who engage in imaginative play are more equipped to solve problems and be creative as adults. To provide children the chance to develop and learn through imagination, adults should promote this kind of play as much as they can. Children's social, emotional, artistic, physical, linguistic, and cognitive development are all aided by imagination; these are important life skills that children will carry into adulthood. Most importantly, pretend play is a fun hobby. The enjoyment will be so great that kids won't even realize they're picking up important life lessons.


Children playing without rules or structure are said to be engaging in imaginative play, sometimes referred to as dramatic play, playing pretend, or make-believe. By mimicking how others interact, this type of play enables children to develop their social skills and get a better knowledge of social standards. Imaginative play is when a child pretends to be another person, animal, or object, or thinks that something else is it. This might involve any activity, such as having toy vehicles race along a track, pretending to cook, or creating cities out of plastic interlocking blocks.


Engage in Imaginative Play/Pretend Play with The Curious Bees’ new range of exciting craft boxes! Available on a variety of themes, our craft boxes have amazing activities to get your child’s imagination up and running and to keep their creative juices flowing! The craft boxes are limited edition and are available on Amazon as well as on The Curious Bees website.


The Pirate Activity Box is a wonderful box to introduce your child to the world of seafaring pirates! With 4+ activities such as a Pirate Board Game, Eye Patch and Pirate Ship Craft, the box is sure to get your child’s creativity and spirits high!


The Unicorn Box is the perfect gift for your little ones, making them delve deep into the magical, colorful world of Unicorns! Let your child revel in the royal spirit with the Magical Kingdom Box!






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