Child Imagination

“Children see magic because they look for it.” ~ Christopher Moore

Imaginative play is when children use their imaginations and play without rules or structure. With this open-ended, unstructured play, kids can be anything they want, whether it’s a chef at a restaurant, a race car driver, astronaut or princess. There’s no limit to what a child can dream up during imaginative play.

Recently I saw Kyaraa, my daughter imagination through her drawings which I want to share with everyone of you.

In this picture Kyaraa is imagining herself in big garden playing with her dog Leo.
If you see this picture carefully – it’s family picture with portrait of our Guru (God father) in it and outside it… she also made one more( According to her he is invisible God father who can see and protect us but we can not see him but can only feel his presence in our life) I loved this imagination of her.
Kyaraa’s imagination as she runs her own boutique. If you notice the dialogues the thought bubble says – and written as that the boy is asking how much long it will take for shopping and the girl is replying 24 hour till six o’clock. She knows how much girls shop and she is trying to increase her business. I loved this storyboard.

I love what Kyaraa do, she really expresses herself well through her drawings. All children need to be truly creative is the freedom to commit themselves completely to the effort and make whatever activity they are doing their own. What’s important in any creative act is the process of self-expression.

Thank you for reading 😊💗,

© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin


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Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference. ~Winston Churchill I believe that life is beautiful,one should enjoy it and stay positive. This blog is about being positive and curious about mystery of mankind. Someone truly said expand your thoughts and you will enlarge your world. Follow this blog to see positive side of every aspect. It's about encouraging people to try out new pattern of thinking. Little about myself, With Ten years of experience as Television Producer, I started my career as an independent documentary filmmaker...I worked in television industry for decade....took break from industry when I delivered baby in 2015. One fine day I thought to write letter to my husband in which I wrote him how I see the evening when he came home and instead of discussing letter part he asked me to start he thought I can express myself more in writing rather then as person. I thought blogging is out of box idea... The truth is, cheesy as it sounds, the internet has changed our lives. And now I can share my thoughts with whole world :)

84 thoughts on “Child Imagination

      1. May Almighty’s blessings and guidance be always with Kyaraa. Yes, I am seeing her growing through your blogs. You are a great loving mother dear Deepika 😊❤️

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  1. I’ve always admired children’s artwork, pure imagination that is so beautifully innocent. Your daughters artwork is awesome! I’m always saving my son’s artwork too, so precious! ❤️🤗🌸

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  2. Children have much remind adults that we have lost along the way of maturing.
    It’s not as easy to be as free in this world as it was back when we were Kyaraa’s age.
    How totally delightful!

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    1. I agree with you Eddie, when we actually grow up….we start loosing ourselves in this commercial world…and somewhere we start loosing ourselves. That’s why if we notice that successful person’s in creative field are childlike. Thank you so much dear for Sharing your thoughts 💕.

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  3. Kyaraa has a wonderful imagination. This type of play acting can be so entertaining too, keeping little ones creatively occupied and having positive outcomes within their minds – so good for them!
    Thank You, Anjali, for sharing such delights!

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