Is our current system of schooling benefiting our children? It is time to evolve the way we teach to incorporate more Play which opens up our brains by releasing stress. Let's make schooling fun!!!
As our work environment transforms to a less stressful place, productivity increases as well as general happiness. Let us explore the ways to develop a fun-filled productive work environment for all.
Relaxing is great... Play is better! If you have the space to create the Way of Play experience, I am honored to share the FUNdamentals. Bringing forth our primal desire, let us co-create a Playground together.
The Ultimate Play Tool; learn how to make them and become a Fisherman!
This simple Tool can transform our World recognizing that we no longer should be in the paradigm of fear and war, evolving from a taker society to a gifting one.
Easy to make, easier to share... Life Transformative!
Learn how to fold your own amazing Origami Animals.
Extraordinary for the brain, folding a 3d object out of 2d paper helps with memory, visual development, and motor skills. Releasing serotonin, you feel happy when folding.
Creating a currency of Art...
Discover your inner jester and how powerful Play is.
Hard to express in words the depth of benefits juggling brings. Antithetical to Hacking, juggling is continually frustrating when mastering a new move. The realization that you can overcome any imaginary obstacle makes it all worthy.
What is Play and why is it so important?
"Of the many ways to express oneself, the most in-joyable is our ability to Play. It is the universal expression of love, builder of brains, and the great healer of the soul."
From redesigning network television to helping revolutionize the health drink world, Zander now recognizes his role as an Ambassador of Play. Plraying to motivate and nurture our inner child, his mission is to remind all of us what a little magic can do...
“It is a happy talent to know how to play.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson
What Others Say
How does the Play state affect the brain?
Studies are continually showing the direct correlation between brain development and Play (Neuroscience, Play, and Child Development; Frost, Joe L). Play is so important to optimal child development that it has been recognized by the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights as a right of every child (Pediatircs, January 2007, Volume 119/Issue 1).
“Playful behavior appears to have positive effects on the brain and on a child’s ability to learn. In fact, play may function as an important, if not crucial, mode for learning.” – Gwen Dewar, Ph.D.
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