Good Toys - Bad Toys
Something special to consider this Holiday Season.
The relationship between intelligence and play is one of our major themes. As Stuart Brown, MD, Founder of the National Institute for Play often quotes: ‘the more intelligent the species the more they play.’
Our latest offering Good Toys – Bad Toys, how to tell the difference and why it matters features two voices - Jane Krejci, a grandmother, early childhood educator and former consultant to Brio Toys, USA., and Dr. Toy - Stevanne Auerbach, PhD, an educator and author of Smart Play – Smart Toys, How to Raise a Child with a High PQ. We all know about I. Q.- the Intelligence Quotient. Stevanne describe the Play Quotient, that is a child’s capacity to Play which is again related to learning and intelligence.
The concepts they share will change forever how you look at toys, the ones you offer your child and the one’s you don’t.
Other play based programs
Play is Learning with Joseph Chilton Pearce, 40 minute DVD – simply the best mm