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Final Course Survey

Congratulations on finishing the course! Here at the LEGO Foundation we are all about learning and iterating our work, and as this is the first time we have ever run …

Thank you & congratulations!

Thanks for learning and playing with us. We hope you will continue to use the resources and tools – and stay in touch! Join the MooCment! Join the Social Emotional …

Social-Emotional Learning Tools

Download activities and resources below to support social emotional development through play! To continue learning and playing, join the Social Emotional Learning through Play Facebook community to share your experiences …

Course review

WOW! We have learned so much and come so far from the beginning. You can link back to review in depth. In week 2, we played and learned about the …

Paper airplanes

It’s time for you to try this out yourself! Watch the video below and then write out one question for each type of reflection that you could use while facilitating …

Review: Caring for school-aged children

Middle childhood (4-9 years) involves rapid growth in social, emotional, and cognitive abilities. Change can impact children in a variety of ways, depending on many individual factors, the specifics of …

5 ways to help adolescents learn through play

There are five characteristics of learning through play in relation to adolescents. Read about each of them below… 1 Meaningful Ensure that adolescents see themselves in the activities Adolescents should …

Typical Adolescence Development

What does “typical” development look like during adolescence? To provide a clearer picture of this different physiological, cognitive, social, and emotional development during adolescence it may be helpful to look …

How crisis affects middle childhood development

Change and crisis Change and crisis can impact development in many ways. While some impacts are negative because they disrupt children’s ability to feel secure and to safely explore the …