The global play gap and what it means for our children’s futures

This week, we have been featured on the World Economic Forum's blog, where key figures from our partner organisations discuss the importance of play and why it's never been more important to turn our attention to this incredibly vital issue. Read more on the World Economic blog - What the global 'play gap' means for our children's futures, and keep an eye on our social media feeds this week for more updates from the World Economic Forum.

Joyful play | Our favourite activities this month

16/01/19

J is for January, but J is also for JOY! At Real Play Coalition, we believe that play...

Value of Play Report

Value of Play Report

29/11/18

The erosion of play has become a silent emergency across the world. Changes in our society, our communities...

Awesome autumnal activities for your children to enjoy

08/11/18

Autumn is officially here. Leaves are falling, the scent of pumpkin and spice is in the air; it’s...

Aaron and Hawkeye Play Made Me This Way video series

Watch the first video of our series #PlayMadeMeThisWay

05/11/18

To celebrate the invaluable marks play leaves on our lives, National Geographic will be producing a fascinating series...

Global Month of Play Real Play Coalition

Real Play Coalition announce
Global Month of Play

01/11/18

In 2018 IKEA, The LEGO Foundation, Unilever’s Persil, OMO and Surf Excel, and National Geographic joined forces as...

You can now print Einstein’s childhood toys for free!

26/01/18

We all worry about the amount of time that kids spend on screens. To raise awareness of the...

Play increases work skills

Children ‘need to play
more to gain work skills’

23/01/18

Children will lack the workplace skills needed for their future because they don’t spend enough time playing, says...