FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEHOUSTON, TX: On a three acre site in West Houston, children ages 6 to 13, many with learning differences and communication delays, have constructed a three-acre homemade playground of their dreams. This past year marked a decade of growth and...
As part of Playwork Campference 2019, we would like to invite folks to tell us about their own projects, their communities, and their playwork perspective, so we put out a Call for Presentations. Since then have heard some whispers that we’d like to gently...
By MorganSince 2010, we’ve had the pleasure of being a part of the US Playwork and Adventure Play scene and helping it to grow. New projects have opened coast-to-coast in North America, and around the world, led by passionate and dedicated people we are proud to...
By Zan”…what I find particularly attractive about storytelling is that no one has to teach us how to tell a story. It is a way we make sense of our experiences. It is inclusive and open to all playworkers irrespective of their setting, previous experiences...
By ZanIt’s been a bit quiet here on the blog front but we are finally ready to start making some noise again! We’ve had lots of chats about our Playwork Campference and have set up a dedicated webpage for it, which you can find here.We thought long and...
By ZanWe are super excited and slightly giddy to be announcing the next Playwork Campference. Ladies and Gentlemen, we will be working with Jill Wood of Adventure Play at The Parish School in Houston Texas, to host the second Playwork Campference on a well established...
This is part 2 of a multi-part blog series about the pop-up adventure playgrounds we create in our own communities throughout the year. This is an example of how our pop-up adventure playgrounds work, and us using our namesake model and our own resources to work...
By MorganA conversation on Facebook recently veered into the weeds, as they sometimes do. We reflected on the back and forth of digital text and decided it was time to bring the conversation out of bubbles and into whole paragraphs. Asking us directly about who...
By MorganWe have a slow but steady trickle of requests coming in from other organizations. They want to use Suzanna’s photographs of children at play, get a quote or opinion. It’s very rarely promoting something specific, and usually about creating...
This is part 1 of what will hopefully be a multi-part blog series about the pop-up adventure playgrounds we create in our own communities throughout the year. This is an example of how our pop-up adventure playgrounds work, and us using our namesake model and our own...
By ZanIn partnership with KOOP Adventure Play, we are pleased to announce that registration for the first ever Prioritizing Play Conference in Urbana, Illinois on 3rd-5th May is officially open. We’ve been working with Kelsey and Naomi of KOOP for a few years...
By MorganThere’s a small thing that’s irked us for ages. It’s probably a common feeling to folks in playwork, given how we struggle to explain this work to outsiders. As an organization that positions itself as a kind of ‘welcome mat’ for...
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