Fact, Fantasy, and Imagination are all intertwined in a child’s mind as they explore the world in all its complexity.

This is remarkably similar to how scientists function: instead of stopping at the known facts, they begin there, right where the facts run out and the mystery begins

“In early childhood we often say that the process is more important than the product—usually referring to children’s art. However, it is important to recognize that process reigns supreme in most of what children do,” * Judith Pack.