MISSION STATEMENT: To facilitate the discovery of individual potential, and the development of confident, creative and compassionate youth.
MOTTO: As a Stelladaur Ambassador at The Stelladaur Academy, I explore imagination, intuitiveness, personal values, character development and creative renewal. These are the building blocks of successful learning and joyful living.
The FREE Discovery Guide provides a resource to guide young people on their own journey through a portal to the innate light shining within themselves.
If your kids say, “I’m bored” more than you’d like—and you’re tired of their incessant whining each time you give them a chore to do when they say “I’m bored” more than their allotted quota—here’s an idea that might divert their attention toward something creative, fun, engaging and productive. And help you keep your sanity!
Introduce your kids, and their friends, to a self-directed Imagination Expo. The expo requires very little effort on your part; however, minimal direction or support may be needed. Here’s how it works. Each child or group chooses a category or categories of interest: Science, Art, Dance, Music, Writing, Games, Cooking, Invention, Entertainment, Sports, Nature, etc. The kids brainstorm ideas together then design, create, build, and prepare a variety of Imagination Stations—places in your home or yard where friends and family can participate with, engage in, or simply observe various activities. (Think: expo, science fair, carnival, or county fair—any specialty event held at some type of event arena.) Get creative! Expand ideas! Go all out and include invitations, tickets, concessions, MC, awards, and prizes. Age-appropriate time limits for planning and preparation are agreed upon, depending on how many stations will be designed. It may take an afternoon or even several days to prepare and fully implement. When everyone has their station ready, the Imagination Expo
Note: If the expo idea is met with resistance, an inordinate amount of whining, or your kids merely turn up their noses (all which may occur), pull out your list of chores and tell them you have a plethora of less-imaginative options to remedy their boredom (none of which include the use of electronics!), if they'd rather not participate in the Imagination Expo. 😊
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