Date: 15-04-2021

Playful Learning – Collaboration on Transition from Kindergarten to Primary School

By engaging academics, professionals, municipalities, children and parents, the program seeks that playful learning becomes an integral element in children’s transition from kindergarten to school.

"Tell me"



A combilation of videos addressed to families and ECD professionals, that aim at explaining the developmental stages of the child and how we can support children's holistic development and autonomy.

Thematic Unit: “What we need to know about coronavirus. How to protect ourselves and our families"



The materials aim to develop preventive skills of hygiene, behaviors of healthy lifestyle and awareness raising regarding COVID-19 for early childhood educators. The goal is to establish healthy lifestyle routines through age-appropriate thematic studies that can be incorporated in play time and time for reading.

Play in everyday life



During the lockdown, the Child Development Institute at Ilia State University continued its activities by providing services at the distance. All distance interventions included parents or other family members.

Element of Play® at Home activities manual



Worldwide Orphans (WWO) created a learning at home activity manual with 20 activities to do in 20 minutes, targeted for children from 6 months-8 years of age with focus on supporting parent capacity to play with and support their child’s ongoing learning.

Making the first 1000 days count! Home Visiting Toolkit



This Toolkit has been developed in the context of the project ‘Making the first 1000 days count!’.

Date: 23-03-2020

SOFT Tulip shares the benefits of the FloorPlay method

An ISSA Member shares insights into the FloorPlay method — a child-centered, play-based approach.

Date: 10-03-2020

The Sesame Street Toolkits: Supporting playful parenting

Multimedia tools supporting parents to talk to their chidlren about difficult and challenging issues.

Putting SDG 4 into Practice: Learning Through Play



Learning through play has gained momentum in early childhood education and beyond. Yet translating well-meaning policies into concrete teaching practices is a complex process.

TOY for Inclusion Toolkit: A step-by-step guide to creating inclusive Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) Play Hubs for all generations



TOY for Inclusion Toolkit: A step-by-step guide to creating inclusive Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) Play Hubs for all generations provides all the necessary conceptual and practical information to enable trainers and practitioners from different sectors to set-up and run non-segregate