There are few joys like the pleasure experienced by a child running in the rain, gleefully making mud pies, or happily rolling down a grassy hill. Natural play environments provide countless benefits to young people as they connect with their world, explore risk, and learn through unstructured play. Read more
“Children need the freedom and time to play. Play is not a luxury. Play is a necessity” – Kay Redfield Jamison said.
As much of the country looks for signs of hope that schools will reopen and life will return to something of a normal pattern, it’s vital that families, educators, and communities plan for how this next phase of living looks. Read more
They’re big, bold, unplugged and ideal for schools, museums, and community spaces looking to inspire a generation of creative thinkers, problem solvers and collaborators. Read more