Planet Preschool BlogJosh Selig, Little Airplane president and veteran producer, invites input on preschool TV from around the globe. Join the conversation.
Out of the Sandbox BlogToy and kids media expert Wendy Smolen looks at the new, best, brightest (and worst) products of play and technology. Join the conversation.
Kids Got Game BlogGame designers Carla Engelbrecht Fisher, Ed.D and Anne Richards dish on what it takes to make engaging, developmentally appropriate interactive experiences for kids and preschoolers. Join the conversation.
Hey, Digital Geek!Digital media expert Lianne Stewart helps kids content creators navigate and evaluate the maze of emerging platforms. You can ask her anything.
Bridging The GapPlayCollective's PlayVangelist David Kleeman (and colleagues) seek ways to connect two communities that love children and media: content creators and academic researchers. Join the conversation.
Guest blogger Colin Ward, a member of the Executive Group of The Children’s Media Foundation in the UK, discusses the difficulties of raising the quality of the debate around kids media and straddling the divide between critics, parents and researchers.
Daley Pearson’s top 6 toys of events (and people) that never happened (or existed) in the movie (or tv show)BLOGS / Planet Preschool
From Ace Duck to (the terrifying sounding) Bazooka Fire Skull Armor Capt. Hook, guest blogger Daley Pearson compiles an epic list of toys based on events or characters that never existed in the original properties.
Can a gathering of big names (and egos) in the children’s digital media business yield a collaborative learning environment? The annual Dust or Magic conference shows it’s possible, especially when attendees remember to treat play – and not themselves – seriously.
When it comes to the kids industry incorporating academic research into product and content development it’s all about gaining access to relevant studies and journals. Is it as difficult as traditional assumptions make it out to be? The answer is yes and no.