Learning through play
Play is an important part of developing childrens’ life skills such as problem-solving, resilience and interacting with others. Learning through play can help kids understand the world and deal with the challenges that they will meet throughout their lives. Learning through play can also help bringing families together and let parents and kids the chance to learn, grow and have fun together. The LEGO Foundation has established a resource center for learning through play, where parents and teachers kan find inspiration for activities that support learning through play.
Marbles run – an example of an activity
One example of an activity that enables learning through play is Marbles run. It instructs parents and children on how to build a racetrack to let the marbles run on. It’s a game that will get the family working as a team and test your creativity and problem-solving skills. And it’s fun – see how to do the marbles run.