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Raising Innovators: Providing Tools for Tomorrow’s World

As more and more of our world becomes automated, it is more important than ever that we raise kids who think! Raising innovators is one of the best ways to guarantee that our children will have or be capable of obtaining the skills they need to succeed in tomorrow’s world. Companies are looking for individuals who can creatively solve the problems of our 21st century world.

Raising Innovators - giving our children the tools they need to build tomorrow's world.

The world is a rapidly changing place! Computers and robots are taking over more and more of the world’s traditional jobs. In a lot of ways, this is good. Robots can do jobs that are dangerous for humans. Computers complete tasks we find boring.

This type of automation in the workplace means, however, that the rising generation needs to be more creative than ever before!

Fun Ways to Be Innovative at Home

There are plenty of ways to be innovative at home! Here are some of our favorite activities for encouraging innovative thinking.

How do you encourage innovation in your home? What are your favorite innovation-inspiring activities for kids?

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MaryAnne is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.

6 thoughts on “Raising Innovators: Providing Tools for Tomorrow’s World”

  1. I read that Minecraft is great preparation for jobs that don’t exist today. I also think the ability to self learn is key to raising innovators. And also perserverance.

  2. My daughter is super excited about going back to Galileo Camps this summer, especially to Toy Makers camp. She will miss their programs for elementary kids as it’s her last year in age when she can attend them. Camp Galileo also has programs for older kids, but they are a bit more specialized, so we will see how the next summer shakes out :)

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