Fun Ways to Inspire Your Kids’ Imagination (Without Electronics)


Imagination today is becoming rare – this is my personal opinion. We have so many electronics available to our kids today that they lose the skill and thought processes which lead to imagination. What can you do to help ignite a child’s imagination? Well, many things actually. Ask fun questions that will encourage your kids talk and think. Here are a few fun firsthand suggestions.

Ask your kiddo:

  1. If you had a magic wand, how would you use it? Or what would you do with it?
  2. If you could be any superhero, which one would you be? This one is always been fun for me, I truly love the answers.  
  3. If you could be the teacher for a day, what would your classroom be like?
  4. If you could change anything in our home, what would it be? I love this question because sometimes you get some really great knowledge of what your child is bothered by or what they really enjoy.
  5. Tell me what you love about yourself. Make them feel confident and assure them it is so great to love yourself.  Help them if needed by saying what you love about them.   

Homemade Comic Book
It’s fun to have kids create a picture book or comic book. This can be done with pictures they create. Have them put them in order and tell you about their fantastic book they created. You can help with putting the pages in a folder, or you can buy some binding tape at the store. Also, you can staple first and then add binding tape.  Whatever is best for you to put it together is totally cool. Hole puncher, string, ribbon, rings, it all works.

Have a book club for kids!
This club will be a bit different. The kids will make their own books and then tell the story with the pictures they created. If any kiddo would like to have words in their books, have them they ask for help from a parent that’s helping. I always have extra staplers, hole puncher, string/ribbon, binding tape, or some clear folders if that’s what they prefer. It’s so much fun and a great way for kids to use their imagination and their thought process.

Ok, I hope I gave you some fabulous ideas to ignite your kiddo’s imagination! 

Imagination is knowledge because knowledge is acquired through imagination, meditation, processed information, and research; which eventually translates into knowledge.

Angel Krishna

Children’s Books Author

Monkeys and Crocodiles Play Baseball

The Gu-Glee-Goos of Christmas

About ADK Story Books

Angel Krishna is a fun-loving mom, a great friend and wife with a silly side, who believes that imagination is a gift. She loves when children tell a story, how their eyes widen, their hands move every which way and their voice fills with excitement. Angel encourages parents to listen to their children and to communicate with an open mind and a full heart. She reminds herself and those around her to enjoy life, always move forward and be creative.
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1 Response to Fun Ways to Inspire Your Kids’ Imagination (Without Electronics)

  1. Ocha Nix says:

    Super Heros! We add to this by then creating our own stories. Loads of fun.

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