We can’t believe that summer is almost over. The good news is that it marks the beginning of a new school term in most countries, which means new friends, new fun activities, new inspiration and new things to learn for young creators! The beginning of a new school year is the perfect time to reflect on what happened over the last 12 months, and how schools have started to work with Creatubbles.com.Read More
Yes, we’ve all been there – succumbing to the urge to fill every second of our children’s lives with activities, checking on them every five minutes, sending them off to school equipped with sanitizer in one hand and a charged phone in the other, micromanaging their every waking minute… So-called “helicopter parenting” is now an epidemic, and children are suffering as a result.Read More
The school term is fast approaching, and it’s time to start planning how children we take care of (be it as parents or instructors) get to school. But did you know how vital this journey is and the effect it can have on a child’s well being?
Research shows that fewer children than ever walk or cycle to school. The number being driven almost doubled in last 20 years and now around 87% of pupils are ferryed by their parents (compared with only 52% in 1969; US data.) Traffic safety, time pressure, and stranger danger are the foremost concerns of many caregivers. With the growing percentage of overweight and obese children (more that one third of all children; US data), it’s critical to find ways to overcome these obstacles and get children moving. Read More
There are lots of articles on how important it is for children to play. But why is it so important and how does it impact a child’s social existence?
To answer this question, we first have to define what play means. Play development studies have produced many theories, and the experts are still discussing it, but most of them agree that playing can be defined as something that is: Read More
Yay! We’re blogging again! With creatubbles.com rapidly growing, we hope that our blog will become a place to discuss and share various perspectives on children’s creativity, learning / unlearning, childhood development, teaching methods, and all things related. In our first blog post after a bit of a break, we would like to share our views on why we feel it is important to develop the natural creativity that exists in young children. Please feel free to comment and discuss this subject below – your personal ideas will be very much appreciated! Read More
Now that Creators can have their own login ID (see this blog post), we have heard from our users that Creators want to switch quickly and easily between their accounts on a single device. We have heard this from families who use Creatubbles at home and especially from instructors who are working with several Creators at school. Read More
We have been hearing from our Users that Creators want to do their own uploading, browsing, and bubbling. In fact, Creators have been telling us that themselves!
We have also heard from instructors who would like their students to be able to leave comments on each other’s Creations.
We have spent some time to figure out the best way to allow this happen in a simple, fun, and importantly safe way so that even our youngest Creators can explore and enjoy Creatubbles themselves, with their own accounts.Read More
Young Creators are creating all the time. At home, at school, and out with relatives and friends.
Many of our Users have asked if it could be possible for parents, instructors, and others to all be uploading Creations for the same Creator. The answer is, of course! This feature is now available. A simple explanation of how it works is below.Read More
Interacting with all of the amazing Creations on Creatubbles is easy and fun! Here is a list of some of the things you can while browsing Creations.Read More
Your young Creators make a lot of effort to express themselves creatively. So why not do what you can to make the Creations look as good as possible on the site? This is not about professional photography. Here are just a few simple things to keep in mind that can make a big difference! Read More