Grant Winners Announced at the 2015 Play Conference

  • 2015 Play Conference was One for the Record Books


    The Play Conference is ONE MONTH AWAY!! And now the Speaker Schedule is online with close to 100 presentations as well as numerous opportunities to play, network, and collaborate. It is a gathering not to be missed!

  • Advice From ‘America’s Worst Mom’

    “Childhood should be a time of freedom and play, not building a résumé for college.” Dr. Peter Gray, one of our keynote speakers for the 2015 Play Conference, was quoted heavily in this NY Times blog.

  • An ABC of General Sessions for the 2015 Play Conference

    The full detailed schedule is coming soon…but until then, below is an alphabetical list of the General Sessions planned for the 2015 Conference on the Value of Play: Advancing Play. Be sure to REGISTER TODAY because this PLAYful conference is just a month away!

  • Fighting for Free Play

  • A Playful Halloween

    Pat the Play lady shares PLAYful treats this Halloween!

  • For Family- Friendly Cities, Build Play Beyond the Playground

    Let's make play a part of our everyday routine! Playtime can be ALL the time!

  • Kids to Parks Day 2015 - May 16 - Children, families, teachers, cities, towns, and parks are gearing up for this year’s Kids to Parks Day (KTP), a nation-wide day of outdoor play organized by National Park Trust (NPT) in cooperation with a host of local and national collaborators. This year’s KTP Day will be held on Saturday May 16, 2015, the week before the official start of summer. NPT is encouraging children across the country to explore their neighborhood parks and discover science, history, nature and adventure right around the corner or just across town.

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