So a typical creative day? First thing to say is that I gather a bunch of ideas and resources that I think my boys will enjoy and be excited/curious about then when the time comes they are given a choice of available activities; would they like to paint, draw, build with Lego, craft, do a nature trail, take photos, build a den, play dress up, make puppets, trace shadows, make slime?! You get the idea! (I make sure I have the supplied required before I offer anything of course to avoid disappointment.) Then I prepare the area to make sure the sensory needs are taken care of; for example, Max, the Eldest can be sensory avoidant and needs to have towels available at all times to wipe his skin clean and Tristan is a seeker and like to make a mess! Once the activity is chosen there's quite a bit of winging-it involved honestly! Sometimes I start a creative play session thinking we're going to create self-portraits or create monsters and we end up making maps or abstracts! So we go with the flow of their creativity..