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The world is changing so fast that not only do we not know, but it is hard for us to imagine how it will look like in 10 years. Sure, it may seem truism: "our time" (parents, grandparents) collides with "yours" (children, grandchildren) since there are children, parents, grandparents and grandchildren. But…
But the time has come to multiply everything so that we can approach the correct size of the rapidity of change. Digitization, artificial intelligence and interconnection lead us to a common sense conclusion: almost every aspect of our children's lives when they are adults will be different from what we live. All the unimaginable digital technologies that come up in the morning and, three days later, "age" and are replaced by others and more "unimaginable" tell us that we have to prepare children for them somewhere else. Let's do what we do best to become flexible and adaptable adults. Preschoolers will now have their jobs by 2035. General students by 2030. And we just agreed that we can't really figure out what their world will look like. But they will probably still need the three educational foundations. The "3s" - written, studied and considered. Otherwise? Otherwise, they will need the ability to learn and learn more quickly than knowledge. To know how to reach information, data and databases more than they become databases themselves. And because now more information is already being produced in a single day than it was in a hundred years ago just a few generations ago, the memoir goes out of its way. In most debates and discussions about the need to teach our children to learn, everyone agrees: so-called "soft" skills are becoming more important. If "hard skills" are those skills that you acquire through education, specialization, qualification programs, "soft skills" are, rather, mainly communication and interpersonal interaction skills. It is a certain softness of the mind, maintained by the curiosity which in children manifests the most spectacular. Above all, one fact: that, through games and play, a child learns best. These are the things we started from when we thought about Art of Play: how do we first help our own children? What and how we teach them, so that their curiosity does not perish on the way to maturity. So that their creativity is stimulated. So, when they grow up, they have the flexibility of mind that they will definitely need? How do we make this whole seemingly complicated process so much fun? And we looked after the toys. Toys that provide them with information that they can reach by jumping for joy, fascinated by adventure and delighted in any discovery.
This is Art of Play: a spectacular playground full of toys that shape and equip the minds of children with tools they will definitely need when they are older.