Nao Kondo made the Forbes 30 under 30 Asia 2016 list when she was 20 years old. In high school, she founded a group with five teenage designers to develop… Read More
What do you do when you come across a flower when you walk down a street or path? Do you stop or do you walk by in haste focusing on… Read More
Having been brought up to quickly navigate through different languages and cultures in Asia, North America, and Europe, I found Finland quite the challenging place. Not only is the language… Read More
From September to June in the school year of 2017-2018, our students had been feeling unsettled and unaware about local green spaces because there is a culture shift of playtime… Read More
Did you know that spending only 20 minutes outdoors everyday can have a huge positive impact on the physical and mental health and wellbeing of children? Daily fresh air can… Read More
Spending time outdoors can be an exciting adventure for children of all ages. There are so many fun things that kids can do no matter where they are. One of… Read More
We Love You Whale is the first of a series of books featuring our under water sea animals, which discuss a specific theme related to creative learning and 21st century… Read More
Two two-year-olds were being pushed to the park when one of them pointed up and said: – ”Look, it’s an M’. I looked to where she was pointing, and there… Read More
Take a moment to reflect on what play means to you. What do you remember about playing as a child? What are the spaces that are still vivid in your……...
Are you a tinkerer? Tinkering, to most people, implies ‘messing about’ or playing with something: taking physical things apart, or making them, and not always with a set goal in……...