Education is not only about being able to read, write, and count. Creativity is a huge part of the educational process and of our lives. Children are naturally creative and they like to be busy, especially if this is fun and something comes out from their hands. Adults often do not recognize the value of this important activity. We can not only spend a great time together, but we can help our kids develop many skills and abilities. It also provides an excellent opportunity for trying new ideas. Creativity is what makes a difference in developing creative ways of thinking and problem solving. Creativity is much more than product: it is a process. It is a specific form of self-expression. It is to learn with inspiration from personal experience. The importance of a child’s creative process is also in the opportunity to experience and explore materials. Cooperation is an important component in the creative process, which is directed by the adult, but should be a result of the child’s preference. This kind of activity can help us learn more about our kids, about their feelings, their way of thinking, their uniqueness and their mental and emotional health. Childhood development of creativity is not about telling them, but showing them, and doing it with them.