The main goal of the education system is to encourage children to use their knowledge and thinking capacity to the maximum level and apply their thinking in every day problem solving. The learning experience of children is encouraged by teachers, who motivate them to have analytical and creative thinking. Thus, creative thinking is generating new ideas, which are also innovative, novel, task appropriate as well as of high quality. According to Walls (1926) (as cited in Tsai, 2012), Creativity is distinguished between the creative process and the creative product. There are four significant stages of the complete creative process. These four stages are: “preparation, incubation, illumination, and verification” (Tsai, 2012, p. 15). These four stages of the creative process were further elaborated in the Creative Problem Solving Model. The process of creative thinking goes through a creative process. This creative process includes the involvement of the creative actions and further move towards the phase of transformation. The transformation phase further develops in to the implementation of the transformed ideas and a creative product is generated. The creative product formed includes the personality, cognitive and affective processes (Hennessey, 2010).