Okay, it won’t turn your kid into Picasso but recent research says it has two things going for it.
Green stimulates creativity:
According to newly published research, innovative thinking seems to be stimulated by the color green.
A research team led by University of Munich psychologist Stephanie Lichtenfeld reports the color of limes and leaves “has implications beyond aesthetics.” Specifically, a glimpse of green appears to activate “the type of pure, open (mental) processing required to do well on creativity tasks.”
The researchers found this effect with different groups of people, different tests of creativity, and differently designed experiments. Participants exposed to green outperformed those exposed to white, gray, red, and blue, respectively, suggesting there is something unique about the color as a creative catalyst.
Movies with magic in them increase creativity in children:
Source: “WATCHING FILMS WITH MAGICAL CONTENT FACILITATES CREATIVITY IN CHILDREN” from Perceptual and Motor Skills: Volume 111, Issue , pp. 261-277.
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