Play in the gaps

Written by Arch. Rekha Desai

Play is Ubiquitous. When I was growing up, play used to be a very integral part of our life. Going to school was mandatory. But once you returned, just hurriedly dropping our school bags, running downstairs in the society – to indulge in play where cli

My Play World

Written by Arch. Minaz Ansari | Pic credits: Zainab Miyasaheb, Minaz Ansari

To me, the world is one big playground… I build castles in sand and splash in the waves of the ocean. I play in the gurgling water of a stream and jump over rocks and boulders. I run through fields and jump across canals, chase cattle, climb trees an

Learning through Play

Written by Prof. Akhtar Chauhan

Learning is a wonderful experience and the beauty of it is that it has no boundaries! It is a creative process, one can learn by thousand ways! It happens at home, in the school, in the neighbourhood, playgrounds, around in the city and through travel

My joy place, my School !

Did you know that a child who plays a lot is likely to have a better job when he grows up? How can playing – convert a dull or developing child into a human with an improved IQ? And why only kids, did you know that playing was equally beneficial for ad