All kinds, guys!
I used my construction toys to make a robot family and conceived their various evolutions from one form to another (long before Pokémon existed). I made a weird board game out of paper that caused a babysitter to call me "The next Steven Spielberg" (which irritated my mom because she didn't want me to be "the next" anything). I (with the help of my sisters) made a juice concoction from all the drinkable substances in the house and named it Wee Punch. (I do not remember why, but we had a list of the ingredients and sometimes begged Mom to let us buy them even though the punch itself was kind of gross tasting.) I made a game with my friend about a kidnapper who made us cook for him, whom we escaped by feeding him a bomb. I made macrame, finger-knitting ropes, and friendship bracelets. I made illustrated stories about girls who did things. I made dollhouse furniture and holiday cards with poems in them. I made tacky earrings from beads. I made taped recordings of music I made up or attempted harmonies to existing songs. I made time capsules. I made hats out of paper.
Mostly, though, it was probably drawings.
|Age 5, self portrait|
|Age 5, representation of my dad reading the paper on the toilet|
|Probably first grade or something, self portrait|
|Age 7 or 8, random braid girl|
|Age 7 or 8, random ballerina|
|Age 8 or 9, Popples fan art|
|Age 8 or 9, depiction of my youngest sister's face whenever she got her way|
|Age 10, a mermaid|
|Middle school, attempted realism|
|Middle school sometime, random market square|
|An adorable cover for what became my very first completed novel|