Exploration is key to early childhood development. But it’s just as critical for educators, who need to ensure that what our kids receive is optimal - after all, they’re the future’s insurance policy. Here, we explore new formats for childhood learning that foster design thinking and creativity…
WHO'S AFRAID OF THE BIG BAD WOLF?
YOU SAID WHAT?
FROM FAMINE TO FEAST
Launched in lockdown to help “edutain” kids, the series of challenges for the most junior of architects – launched by famed architecture firm Foster + Partners’ under #architecturefromhome - retain their relevance. It’s always going to be stimulating to build a paper skyscraper and even, a whole cardboard city…
THE ANIMALS WENT IN TWO-BY-TWO
Designed to teach kids aged 3-10 about caring for one another, the animal kingdom and the environment, ANOHA – The Children’s World references the Biblical story of Noah’s ark. Hoorah. Hoorah.
One of the world’s most loved toys just became more accessible to visually impaired players, thanks to audio and braille instructions. The Lego Foundation was approached by 22-year-old Matthew Shifri (who initiated the idea due to his own visual disability) and quickly responded to the need.