Playful

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’Through play and games we are able to train our communicative skills and ability to solve problems. There is a connection between body and learning – and between play and social skills development’

MosaIQ is inspiration and ideas for playful learning. It consists of 15 different games which aim to improve skills within:

Physical and motor training – Social training – Cognitive training

MosaIQ focuses on training physical and motor skills by creating a playful universe of stories about wild animals, poachers and zookeepers. The activities focus on basic motor skills, basic exercise, physical creativity and individual and social competences.

MOSAIQ comes in 3 variants:

Bumball is a creative ball game for both children and adults which is easy to learn and fun to play. One of the most important qualities of the game is that it is easily adjustable to the players’ physical and motor levels. The game may be used in many different ways depending on who are playing and where the game is played. It is a game that is suitable for all, including those who are not normally especially successful in ball games.

  • Bumball is a velcro-ballgame
  • Two teams play against each other
  • A soft ball is being passed between players
  • Players are allowed to catch the ball only with their velcro padded chest or bum
  • If a player catch the ball in a goal zone, the team scores

Poull ball

Poull Ball is a new fun and active game, developed in 2010 by Francois Poull, a PE teacher from Belgium.  

Two teams play against each other using a big soft ball. In brief, the point is to shoot down a large inflatable cube from a platform. The rules are simple, everyone is able to play, everyone can score, and as a main rule there is no physical contact as such.

The game will give you a high pulse, good energy and a sweaty brow – it is highly recommendable.

Playful learning

Many adults spend their waking hours doing something they do not really want to do in places where they do not really want to be.

A playful approach is the exact opposite. Play is free. Play is uncertainty and excitement. Play creates wholeness, room and cohesion between body and mind, it creates understanding and builds bridges. It makes us want to learn, sparkle, chant, hug, cry and shout with joy … it gives us maximum readiness for the here and now which is necessary for us in order to learn new things and develop.

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