Normally I read what I post about, if you get what I mean. If I link to an article I usually read it first.
However, this is a report published online by the UK thinktank Demos about creativity in the early years, entitled "Born Creative". I was so excited to see this, especially because one of the chapters is written by Tim Gill, who wrote the wonderful book "No Fear: Growing up in a risk averse society", that I wanted to share it with anyone and everyone. His chapter focuses on reconnecting children to the spaces around them, especially the outdoors.
I post.... now I read. Enjoy.
(Photo of baby tree kangaroo, doesn't get much cuter than that.... and kids would love it.)