In celebration of my new release of Juddly, empowering children to safely share their digital creations with parents, I would like to share other ways folks are displaying the "little genius" in their midst. With a parent dashboard for organizing, and sharing children’s artwork I think you will find Juddly just one way among many to showcase the creativity in your family.
Joyous art enlivens a cuddly crib in this great set of display ideas offered in Spearmint Baby. Kids are never too young to "show the love" with family art.
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Inspire the young digital photographer in your life to capture upside-down images. Here is a display from Gizmodo to give you a few ideas.
In my classroom I recycled denim pockets to display children's adorable stick puppets. Here is a similar idea from Momof6.com showing denim pockets on book covers. What a fun way to encourage kids to display their artistic talents in personal journals, with pencils ready to go in denim pockets.
Family-time could be all the sweeter by adding painterly treats to kitchen or dining room walls. If your child has a bigger sweet-tooth than artistic inclination, perhaps use inspiration from STAmag.com showing a delicious children's show from Foundry Art Centre’s Baue Family Children’s Gallery. Yum!
Listen and learn more about the creative thinking in your child by using the app Fotobabble in your home or classroom. Each photo on display in this app can be accompanied by a child's spoken words. Very special!
Parents are encouraged to remember how special it is for children to see your image when family members are apart. Classroom life can be enhanced when teachers find creative ways to showcase family photos, helping students feel "at home" and valued at school. Check out this social studies display from Orchard Hill Elementary School in Connecticut, perfect for Veteran's Day.
I hope you try some of these ideas and use Juddly to empower your children to show you fun creations from their app explorations.