Around the world, research trends are showing that there is more play and playfulness in schools. From age four to fourteen (and beyond), children are leading their own learning, exploring the unknown, and finding joy in facing challenges at school. However, most students beyond early childhood do not currently have the opportunity to learn playfully […]
How to communicate with children, according to Health Play Specialists in the United Kingdom: A qualitative study
Paulina Pérez-Duarte Mendiola
How do autistic adults experience and view their play?
How can we use books in our play?
How can we use play to help our bodies recognise we are safe and reduce our anxiety level?
How can physical manipulatives encourage children's active engagement in everyday learning?
Is fun an integral part of young peoples' selves, or is it a frivolous extra?
How can families use play to support their children as they transition to post-lockdown life?
How can we use play to help children engage with the COVID-19 swab?
How can block play support children's development?
What do we mean by ‘connected communication’ and what does it look like during children’s play?
Do girls and boys really like different toys?
How do everyday activities and games use children's executive functions?
What impact does fathers’ involvement and play have on children’s development?
How can games facilitate classroom engagement and children's learning?