Resources

April 4, 2016

Tips for Making Play Inclusive ›

Playworks strives to embody our core values—Healthy Play, Healthy Community, Respect, and Inclusion—in every game we play. This year, the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation connected us with Laureus Ambassador Bob Lujano, a US Paralympic athlete, a rugby national champion, and an expert in the field of inclusion. Playworks is proud to present tips from…

March 28, 2016

Adapting Games for Students with Autism ›

Playworks strives to embody our core values—Healthy Play, Healthy Community, Respect, and Inclusion—in every game we play. This year, the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation connected us with Laureus Ambassador Bob Lujano, a US Paralympic athlete, a rugby national champion, and an expert in the field of inclusion. Playworks is proud to present tips from…

March 18, 2016

Adapting Games for Students with ADHD ›

Adapting Games for Students with ADHD (Attention Deficit HyperActivity Disorder) Here are five tips to make games more inclusive for students with ADHD: If possible, do a pre-orientation to a game that includes a walkthrough, the objective, and skill practice. This may be a great task for another adult at the school if there isn’t time…

March 9, 2016

Adapting Games for Students in Wheelchairs ›

Playworks strives to embody our core values—Healthy Play, Healthy Community, Respect, and Inclusion—in every game we play. This year, the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation connected us with Laureus Ambassador Bob Lujano, a US Paralympic athlete, a rugby national champion, and an expert in the field of inclusion. Playworks is proud to present the first…

January 19, 2016

Empower the Playground Team with Playworks TeamUp ›

One of the most overlooked tools in education is the power of play. Recess and extended playtime provide kids with the opportunity to solve problems, make decisions, take turns, express their ideas, and listen to others. Playworks partners with elementary schools by providing an on-site coordinator to teach, model, and empower a sustainable recess program.…

January 13, 2016

Transform Your School Culture with Playworks Coach ›

One of the most overlooked tools in education is the power of play. Recess and extended playtime provide kids with the opportunity to solve problems, make decisions, take turns, express their ideas, and listen to others. Video produced by 4SP Films.  

Socio-Emotional Learning
Socio-Emotional Learning

November 12, 2015

Twelve Games to Teach Social-Emotional Learning ›

Help students develop their social and emotional skills with these games.

October 15, 2015

The Other Classroom: Play, Recess, and the Fight Against Loneliness ›

Recess can transform school for bullies and victims alike.

October 7, 2015

The Opposite of Bullying ›

Exploring how and why bullying happens and how we can stop it.