Creative IQTM Media is excited to present a revolutionary new book for parents and teachers, Creative IQTM:
Giving Your Child the Creative Edge in a Competitive World. Creative IQTM
is currently available online at CreativeIQ.ca, Amazon.ca (for $22 CDN including taxes, plus shipping) and in-store at Alpha Textbooks in Toronto and Batner Books in Thornhill.
Why Creative IQTM is an Indispensable Resource:
Our book offers you over one hundred activities contained in ten-themed chapters to help develop children's Creative IQTM, defined as their ability to confidently develop and express creative, out-of-the-box
solutions to challenges, relating to every aspect of life. The activities involve art, music, drama, creative movement, cooking,
science, mathematics and fitness activities.
The concept of Creative IQTM is not meant to be a substitute for traditional education, but rather a
compliment to it. A higher Creative IQTM offers a creative edge in a competitive world, as the book title
themed chapters are titled:
Hard to Resist
2. Creating in a Winter Wonderland
It All Adds Up
4. Little Chilli Peppers
A Journey to Mexico
5. You Colour My World
6. Surfing for Fun at the Beach
7. Its so Easy Being Green
8. Say KNOW to Insects and Bugs
9. Fruitastic Fun, and
10. A Camping We Will Go
... helping to ensure that families with the book Creative IQTM will have an easy time planning fun and enriching play experiences all summer, and teachers will be inspired by new ways to engage their students.
Each activity lists the skills it develops and all the skills are defined in the glossary at the
beginning of the book. Additional challenges also make this book one that will grow with
your child and/or students.
About the Authors:
Jo-Anne Schneeweiss grew up in a home that encouraged creativity. This motivated her to study Speech & Drama through the Trinity College of Music in London, England, from which she received her Teacher's Diploma (ATCL). She then went on to add a Bacherlor of Arts Degree from the University of Western Ontario in Psychology (BA) and a Bachelor of Law Degree from McGill University (LL.B.). Jo-Anne has taught children's classes in drama, music, art, dance and recreation. In 2005, Jo-Anne founded and published a Toronto parenting website, which was expanded across Canada due to its popularity to become KidsAroundCanada.com. Jo-Anne has appreared on television and written for leading local newspapers as a parenting expert in finding fun-filled activities for children.
Shelley Sefton grew up in Cape Town, South Africa. Before the age of four and her chin could reach the kitchen counteer, she became her mother's assistent chef. In her teens, Shelley developed a cooking program for a summer camp in Ontario and ran it for four summers. She thereafter created and published a children's cook and colouring book - Cook & Colour. After graduating from the University of Western Ontario, she continued on to study cooking and hospitality management at George Brown College. Shelley created and ran Yummy in my Tummy, a food based art and educational program for kids. She has lent her talents and creativity to various cookbook authors in the capacity of recipe development and testing. Shelley writes a monthly column, Imagination Station for KidsAroundCanada.com.
(c) Creative IQTM Media 2012