Our proven, learn through play theory had helped hundreds of children of all ages to unify experiences, knowledge and understanding. Watch the video below to learn more about learn through play theory.
Others just like you have started out skeptical, only to find that this system made a real difference for them. Here's what others are saying about the importance of the learn through play:
"Research has linked play to fostering creativity and imagination, valued traits that are vital in the modern world. Using imagination, children are able to find solutions to a variety of problems they encounter. Fostering imagination in its ‘natural habitat’ of play at an early age is fundamental to developing curiosity and raising a generation of creative problem-solvers."
Arina Aktova - The Scots College
"Kids pay more attention to academic tasks when they are given frequent, brief opportunities for free play Several experimental studies show that school kids pay more attention to academics after they’ve had a recess--an unstructured break in which kids are free to play without direction from adults (see Pellegrini and Holmes 2006 for a review)."
Gwen Dewar, Ph.D. - Parenting Science