Donating to children’s non-profit organizations can be a powerful way to make a positive impact on the world. By giving to these organizations, you can help provide vital resources and support to children in need, including access to education, healthcare, and necessities like food and shelter. In this article, we’ll explore why donating to children’s […]
Neuroscientists Eric Jarvis and Constantina Theofanopoulo Talk Song and Dance. As part of our Song and Dance Program, CPI Interviewed two neuroscientists whose work demonstrates that our brains are hardwired for song and dance. Here are some excerpts from that interview, particularly relevant to CPI’s work with children. By Late Childhood, we Develop the Abilities […]
Children’s Development at Risk. On May 23, the U.S. Surgeon General – America’s top doctor – issued an Advisory. He’s expressing concern regarding the effect of too much screen time on the mental health of children and teens. Children are vulnerable to the impact of big tech! CPI, a champion of play-based learning, is pleased […]
It’s Neuroscience! We’re Born to Sing and Dance. From birth, humans are hardwired to learn tunes, give them words, and move in time to a beat. This makes us unique among mammals and allows us to express ourselves through song and dance automatically. Recently, we attended an exciting presentation in New York. Two neuroscientists, Professor […]
The Importance of Play Based Learning Susan Linn is a leading expert on the impact of Big Tech and big business on children. A renowned author, psychologist, and award-winning ventriloquist, she advocates for play-based learning. Link to the full interview here. Excerpts from ChildsPlay International’s Interview with Susan Linn, Ph.D, author of “Who’s Raising the […]
CPI attended LEGO’s Playful Schools Conference where play-based learning was on the agenda.
Storytelling for Children Storytelling for children is an important activity for early childhood development. It engages their imagination and creativity. At the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling, professional storyteller Michelle Washington Wilson shared multicultural folktales with young listeners. This type of activity can aid in early childhood development. It also helps children […]
In the New York Times review of “Who’s Raising the Kids?” Professor Zephyr Teachout adamantly supports Dr. Susan Linn’s argument that access to self-directed play has been hijacked by purveyors of big tech.
CPI is delighted to announce that Harvard’s Project Zero’s Mara Krechevsky, has joined our Advisory Board.
In Kenya, many children are living with HIV AIDS. ChildsPlay International (CPI) worked at two AIDS orphanages in Kenya.