Babies are naturally creative, too!
Creativity, in its infancy, comes in the form of learning how things sound, look, smell, taste, feel, and what they do.
"What will happen if I smoosh this... or hit that - with this? Stretch this?"
Stimulate your little one's imagination at a tender age!
Some "toys" that encourage exploration and yield satisfying results for the infant artist:
~ wooden spoons and metal bowls and pans, for music-making
~ small boxes, for stacking (and toppling)
~ mealtimes, for "finger-painting" and a variety of textures and tastes
~ hiding-and-finding games with mama or siblings, for problem-solving
~ a mirror, for self-study
~ someone to read brightly illustrated stories, for literary development
~ the family's piano, lullabies, and recorded music, for singing, dancing, and composing
~ people who laugh and cheer at baby-antics, for performance
No need for expensive computerized learning toys and posh private pre-schools. Everything your prodigy needs is right there at home already.