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
Piia Martikainen: My motivation for using games and gamification in the classroom is to make learning engaging to those who might not otherwise be interested in learning. Today’s students are… 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……...
Parents say, “don’t play with your food.” But have you ever considered food as art? Every week, grocery shopping is an essential activity for each family, and there is no… Read More
We are Johan, Marcus and Freja, Grade 7 students who are Youth Reporters of the Capital of Children in Denmark. We interviewed designers at the Design School Kolding and the playground manufacturer……...
An Empty Field (Harappa) and An Amusement Park | Contradictions in planning a space for play There is a famous essay known among contemporary architects in Japan written by an… Read More
In this article, I explore if a music educator can and should think of composition as tinkering. Traditional compositional pedagogy may miss valuable and enjoyable learning experiences the tinkering process… Read More