Creativity HQ

A Creative Social Club

Connection. Inspiration. Self-Expression.

Imagine It, Make It, Play It, Write It, Share It.

CHQ clubs are instructor-led online meetings designed for 8- to 12-year-olds. Members interact virtually for an hour every week and participate in fun games and creative skill-building activities. We work in teams and as a group tapping into our powers of observation, exercising our imagination, sharpening our focus, and improving our ability to express ourselves creatively.

Outside of weekly meetings members can choose to take on independent creative projects and earn special Achievement Cards.

Registration for Summer/2020 clubs now open.

Sign up for Summer/2020
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Which skills contribute to creativity?

Exercising these skills helps children become independent, resilient, critical and creative thinkers.


Collaborative people offer input and accept criticism. They contribute to the ideas of others and welcome input that will improve their own ideas. They can work individually when a project requires it, and are equally comfortable engaging in the creative process as part of a team.


It’s no secret excessive screen time has impacted our society’s communication and social interaction skills. Engaging in face-to-face conversation is a necessary part of living a full and successful life. Elementary school is the best time to intervene and make sure kids have the skills they need.


Wondering about the world and asking questions fuels creatives to explore ideas and gain a deeper understanding. Creative individuals inquire, investigate, analyze critically, challenge assumptions, and problem-solve.


Creative individuals take time to obtain knowledge, contemplate, take action, test, assess, adjust, perfect, and follow-through to completion. They take pride in the outcome and understand skills require practice if they are to improve.


Focusing comes easily to some. All of these skills are like muscles that need exercise. Kids learn through practice how they best operate and what they can do to improve their ability to maintain concentration and focus on the task at hand.


Imagination is the freedom to see endless possibility in the world around us. Imaginative people explore ideas, look at them from different angles, identify problems, make connections, and create solutions


Persistence means having the self-confidence and tenacity required to navigate unfamiliar territory. Persistent people have the desire to stick with something, even if it’s difficult, even if it requires stepping out of their comfort zone.

Create your future

You have something special to offer that no one else has: YOU.

SUMMER 2020 Weekly Club Schedule

Clubs meet once a week starting June 9. Sign up for the day/time that works best for you.

  • TUESDAYS @ 10 am PST
  • THURSDAYS @ 4:30 pm PST