I participated in a campaign for Mom Central Consulting (#MC) on behalf of Konica Minolta. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.
My son is only two years old, so it is a bit hard to know what he really dreams to be. However, I am always encouraging everything he takes an interest in. In fact, recently he took to liking a Cat in the Hat episode called the “Planet Name Game.” Who would have thought a two year old would love planets? I found books on space and even found window stickers of the planets. He now knows what a galaxy is and he can point to the planets on the window when you name them off. Who knows, he may aspire to work in NASA or become an astronaut.
When I saw the video for the Dream Printer, I thought it was such a great way to show kids what they wanted to be. They actually get to see themselves and can keep that drawing to remind them of what they are striving for. Konica Minolta, the company behind the Dream Printer, wanted to help children realize their dreams and not lose sight of them. You can see smiling faces of children and their dreams in the Dream Gallery. See how the Dream Printer works:
How do you encourage your child’s Dreams?