The Role of School and Family in Developing Childrens' Literary Creativity

Qasem Nawaf Albari, Seham Smadi, Mohammad Bani Yassin, Waled Trad ALShammari

Abstract


The study aimed at investigating the role of school and family in developing the literary creativity for children by investigating the concept of creativity , the factors of developing it in childhood ,its basic elements and it also aimed to identify creative thinking motivations , characteristics of creative individuals, factors of creativity development in childhood stage and the environmental barriers facing creativity . The study also focused on identifying the proposed activities for the development of literary creativity in writing short story. The researchers used the descriptive method. The findings showed that developing creativity for children is the responsibility of school and family. In addition, the school should be a creative ideal example for the children by offering creative activities to develop the children’s', creative tendencies, in addition to the necessity for cooperation between the school and family to make creativity. In light of the above mentioned findings, the researchers recommended a number of relevant recommendations.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ije.v5i3.3620

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