What We Know: The benefits of play are well documented. Not only is play fun, it's how kids learn. Play teaches kids the skills they need to read, share, create, and become happy, well-adjusted adults. However, as more and more kids' toys become embedded with chips, buttons, and controllers, the way kids play is changing. It is in the interest of businesses, educators, and consumers—both children and parents—to make sure that how kids are playing today, and the toys that they're using, provide them with the kind of open-ended experiences that stimulate creativity and foster critical thinking.
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It’s a Brand New World: Moving from storytelling to storyscaping Presented by Alan Schulman, Chief Creative Officer, SapientNitro pppDigital technologies and devices now offer brands and marketers ways to inject new life and interactivi...
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Sandbox Summit 2013 - Part 3 12:10 - 12:55: Growing Up Weird: A Story told with words and sounds Fred Newman, President, Barking Dog Productions