What Teachers Are Saying…

10 -15 minutes of All In Play™Â activities gets children working happily together in groups and captures their attention. It enables me to lead them into other curricular inquiries while sustaining that same spirit of fun.

Teachers in my Center have seen what happens to children when I implement All In Play™ and a dozen of them have requested the opportunity to get involved.

My children look forward to taking part in All In Play™ scenarios. They have become audience members who can listen quietly as they observe their classmates in action.

Organizing the children in space was very interesting. ‘Sticky Feet’ worked. The children became enthusiastic. They enjoy pretending they are glued to the floor!

Why isn’t All In Play™ just the standard? I believe it should be.