And yes, later is too late. Now is the time for lots and lots of play, because when kids are in college or already working, it will be too late. When they grow up, get married, have kids, and simply have so many responsibilities, it will be too late. Chances are, there might not come another time in their lives when they can play this much.
What do you do when your favorite place -- your home -- is in danger? Teacher Ten (Krysten) shares with us the reality of how war is threatening to take away the place she cares most about -- the place she now considers as her beloved home -- Ukraine.
As part of our mission of providing meaningful and purposeful learning activities for our young people, we’re organizing a series of online FUNDRAISING WORKSHOPS FOR PEACE for the benefit of Ukrainian refugees and frontliners (c/o Filipina teacher currently in Kyiv, Ukraine, Krysten Boado at Kaizen. Alternative Learning), initiatives for helping in Somalia (c/o Taylor Quinn… Continue reading Heads on, Hands on, Hearts on.
"There hasn't been a better time in all of history to be learning with your kids."
Discovering the metaverse is a fun way we can continue our daily discussions but in a more interesting environment. Even our almost 5-year old is able to navigate so well -- our digital natives are so metaverse-ready. It allows us to bond in a different way and also inspires them to be creative in their play.