The Study of Playfulness

Children are playful and have their youth because they must play, however their time and space for playing is too often limited by that which is seen to be more important. Playing is central to a good childhood and must be given as much attention as other priorities. Ludicology exists to promote a better understanding of children’s play and the ways in which adults can support it.

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Hi, thanks for checking in. We’re currently working on a new approach to sharing the information we know people need in their support of children’s play and will be bringing you a whole load of new resources soon, so don’t go too far away!

What a year Ludicology had in 2017

Conferences, presentations, seminars and workshops designed, developed and delivered by Ludicology in 2017:

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Hi, thanks for checking in. We’re currently working on a new approach to sharing the information we know people need in their support of children’s play and will be bringing you a whole load of new resources soon, so don’t go too far away!

"It makes so much sense. Very empowering for the educators & the children in their care. Thank you!"

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