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New York designer Nik Bentel has reimagined the humble chalk stick as toys in various shapes so that budding artists and architects can draw hatching, dots and circle patterns. Read more
Regulators hope to stamp out the visual impairment by limiting the number of new online games coming into the country, while also curbing play time and implementing a new age-restriction system. ...
Colourful, geometric prints informed by fantastical Mexican creatures cover this park pavilion in Chihuahua, which Madrid firm Enorme Studio designed and built with local architects and kids. Read more
A whimsical park-like exhibition curated by Japanese designer Mikiya Koboyashi featured five fabric-covered playground pieces. Read more
Imagine, you’re partaking in Pedestrian Sunday at Kensington Market on a sunny summer afternoon in Toronto, Canada, walking around with your Fuji X100F in hand looking for that Cartier-Bresson “decisive moment.” Suddenly you see a child leaning against a dilapidated, graffiti-splashed wall the likes of which would make Banksy nod in approval.The child has his mug buried into an ice cream cone, wo
The Saudi General Commission for Audiovisual Media has banned several video games in the wake of the deaths of two children (though the deaths appear unrelated at this time). ...
Millennial parents in the UK are not sold on the power of AI in healthcare, especially when it comes to their own children, a new survey looking at attitudes towards […] The post UK millennials not convinced about AI in healthcare, especially for their own children appeared first on ShinyShiny.
New research reveals that parents’ lack of confidence in subjects such as Science and Maths is discouraging the younger generation from pursuing those subjects at school and beyond. The study, commissioned by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), found that 43% of parents have heard their children say ‘I’m rubbish at Maths’ and 32% of parents […] The post Are parent
creating a space that promotes real social experience in children, NOON encourages a sense of corporeal reality in education. The post TACO presents NOON nursery promoting non-virtual cognitive experiences in children appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
As Amazon targets children with the release of its Echo Dot Kids Edition, concerns are being raised over the effects voice assistants could be having on children. Is teaching kids how to politely command Alexa enough, or are there long-term developmental consequences to children using these devices?.. Continue Reading Alexa controversy: What are voice assistants teaching our children? Cat


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