Please visit our new website Dreamplay. It’s been 4-years in the making. Along with our new book, “Dream it!”
We’re dedicated to teaching kids how to dream and how to turn those dreams into reality using our formula: Dream it! Map it! Play it! And, to do that we use traditional pencil-and-paper games and evidence-based activities that teach important concepts, and put them into action right away — because we all know that kids learn by doing — playing!
There are a lot of people involved in this, but speaking from my POV, this website is an extension of my bicycling adventures, and I really hope it inspires kids to live their own dreams whatever they may be.
And don’t miss our new book:
A playbook to spark your awesomeness!
By Scott Stoll, Sara E. Williams PhD and YOU!
Published by Magination Press
Do you want to live the biggest, brightest, best life possible? Do you want to create things never seen before? Do you want to do things never done before? Do you want your life to mean something and make a difference? In other words, do you want to feel and be awesome? If so, this book is for you!
Dream It! is chock full of activities, games, and brainstorming questions to help you discover your passions, identify your strengths and values, create brand-new, unique-to-you dreams… and ultimately open the door to a life full of possibilities! So get ready—with this playbook as your guide, not even the sky’s the limit.
About the publisher
After 4 years in development, we’re excited to announce that “Dream It!” will be published by Magination Press. “Self-help books for kids and the adults in their lives, written by experts and published by the American Psychological Association, the largest scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the United States, and the largest association of psychologists worldwide.” We feel this is the perfect publisher for the Playbook’s themes of passion, optimistic thinking and social emotional learning. We couldn’t be more excited. The “Dream It! Playbook” has grown bigger than us and we just couldn’t do it alone.