See How Tia Mowry Encourages Her Kids Cree and Cairo to Get Creative in a New Photo She Shared

Bettina Dizon
Aug 16, 2020
04:00 P.M.
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Tia Mowry recently shared how she jumpstarts her kids’ creativity amid the pandemic in a new Instagram photo.

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Tia Mowry previously admitted that things could get pretty tough amid the current pandemic and having to practice social distancing.

Despite the circumstances, the “Sister, Sister” star still tries to remain positive for her children and have activities with them, including ones that encourage creativity.

Tia Mowry and her son Cree Hardrict leave the "Wendy Williams Show" taping at the AMV Studios on September 27, 2011 in New York City. | Source: Getty Images

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MOWRY’S POST

Mowry’s recent Instagram post emphasized the importance of creativity in her life and how she tries to fuel her children’s creative juices as well. She went on to announce how:

“I’m so excited to partner with BIC on the launch of their new line of coloring products, BIC Kids.”

Included in the post was a photo of Mowry’s two kids, Cairo and Cree, who did different artwork on paper using markers, crayons, and pencils from the sponsored brand.

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BACK-TO-SCHOOL FOR MOWRY’S KIDS

Now that the actress’ son is gearing up for this year’s back-to-school, they can use their colorful pens in different classes.

Mowry previously posted a bare-faced selfie showing her natural afro and gray-colored hair while in quarantine.

Apart from his school materials, Mowry hopes to pass down the traditions she did during her days as a student.

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PASSING DOWN TRADITIONS

“My mom taught us that when you are going to school, you’re going to get an education and learn new things, so it should be an enjoyable experience,” Mowry said.

The mom-of-two added that a student should present him or herself so that teachers know they are ready to learn and succeed.

As a mom, she wants to help her son prepare for the necessary things in school and buy new clothes like her mother used to do. The star also suggested easing anxiety by dropping by their classroom before school begins.

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LIFE IN QUARANTINE

Mowry previously posted a bare-faced selfie showing her natural afro and gray-colored hair while in quarantine. “It’s been me and my #fro as of late,” she said.

Fans of the actress filled the comments section with compliments, calling her “gorgeous.” Mowry often shared selfies while in quarantine, showing her natural beauty at home. 

Her other posts include activities with her kids or random fun moments bonding at home while trying to ease their anxiety.

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