Children play "the blindfold game" in which a participant is blindfolded and tasked with identifying their friend's voice from the crowd, which all sing together.

Children play "the blindfold game" in which a participant is blindfolded and tasked with identifying their friend's voice from the crowd, which all sing together.

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A child stands at the front of the class learning the alphabet.

A young student learns to read and spell using active learning methods during a PlayMatter program at the Tsore Camp, Ethiopia.

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Robert sits with his children around him, arms folded behind his back.

Robert, a 35 year old caretaker, plays a guessing game with his children. The game is designed to build focus, precision, and attention.

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Children point and smile at PlayMatters at Home packets.

Children learn from the PlayMatters at Home learning packets after COVID-19 forced schools to close.

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A girl smiles in school during a PlayMatters session.

The Bukere Primary School in Kyegegwa, Uganda, is home to a PlayMatters project. More than 2,000 students arrive daily to enjoy learning.

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