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Scratch
Scratch is a free creative coding platform and online community that allows children of all ages to code, share, and remix their own stories, games, and animations. Scratch is translated into 50+ lang
Learn To Play
Learn to Play harnesses the power of play to provide high-quality and culturally-relevant early childhood education. We train and equip motivated Mamapreneurs to lead playgroups in their communities.
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ALBA System
At ALBA we are convinced that systems thinking is vital to solve the great problems of our society. Inspired by the Natural World, we combine systems thinking strategies with playful learning to devel
Play Africa
Disrupting the idea of a “museum,” Play Africa developed a flexible museum model to bring transformative learning experiences promoting creativity, innovation and connection to a divided society. Thro
TOY for Inclusion Play Hubs
TOY for inclusion aims to improve the transition experience of vulnerable children, and especially those with a Roma, minority or migrant background, to schools. It does so by creating community based
LINKKI, the simplest tool for kinetic design
LINKKI is an open-source construction kit and learning tool for kinetic design. Its simple, modular and gender-neutral design lowers the entrance barrier to STEM learning and allows users to play and
OK Go Sandbox
Developed as a collaboration between OK Go and the Playful Learning Lab at the University of St. Thomas (led by Dr. AnnMarie Thomas), OK Go Sandbox is all about bringing together different ideas, disc
The Rainbow Play Approach
The Rainbow Play Approach is a tool that can be applied across formal and informal early childhood settings. It is trauma informed, directly links with 3 components of the Nurturing Care Framework and
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Toyi
With Toyi, a water bottle can be transformed into a six armed robot, old boxes can become train compartments or a pine cone can come to life as a cute monster. Offering a brand new playing experience
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Reality and Fiction in Kindergarten
The topics 'fear' and 'reality and fiction' are discussed on the basis of a children’s book and the children are introduced to special-effects technology.
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Robot Your Classroom
Teachers at Knonau Primary School have developed a series of lessons on programming and robotics for different school levels. Pupils gain access to digital worlds by means of level-appropriate teachin