The Story of the Observer Child
Why do some children often stand on the sidelines, watching other children? Are they really playing?
Everyone Needs Attention
Children thrive with the support of loving, nurturing adults. Their need for attention is often rooted in a deep longing for relationship.
Get Kids Moving
Why big physical play must be part of the formula when kids head back to school
The Healing Powers of Play
Children have a hardwired mechanism to deal with trauma: play, and in particular, pretend/dramatic play.
Bored Children? Be Grateful for it!
Imagination and creativity—ideas—arise from having time to think, to ponder and reflect, or just let the mind go.
Cultivating a Playful Habitat
Why is it still so hard to give young children the space and time to play?
Creating a Boy-Friendly Learning Environment:
Supporting the growth and development of young boys through classroom setup and design
Screen Free Week:
Screen-Free Week presents an opportunity for parents and children to explore what it’s like to enjoy other options, try out activities they have never considered, and base future media use on their own values.