In some ways, for imagination to work, you can’t just have things thrown at you. You need to be able to visualise them to appreciate the beauty, but with T.V, everything is done for you. However, with visual sights, everything is so stunning and surreal, so it can be inspiring for children to help give them ideas. Literature begs and needs imagination for the real purpose and serenity to be able to come across in the most majestic way. I am not too sure of the answer, as same as everything in this world, nothing it as straight-forward as it appears. <<<< This emoji was cute.
@MrKane No creativity can be simulated by watching TV as kids watch mostly cartoons, some of these have hidden messages which have education as a moral. While some are just designed to allow kids to learn from them.
a year ago
@MrKane although I agree with your point I also think that there are a lot of children who do read books, and who do have a creative imagination, and although children do watch a lot of TV, cartoons and children's programmes offer a lot of educational skills and life lessons that are sometimes gone unnoticed, most children pick up on this and learn from the TV programmes they are watching