Play Thinks

Play Thinks

Ivan Moscovich was a designer and commercial developer of games, toys and puzzles. Having survived two concentration camps, he was liberated by British troops in 1945 and was sent to Sweden for recuperation before returning home.After finishing his university studies...
Nob’s number puzzle

Nob’s number puzzle

Child psychologists have long since recognised that children learn through games and play. Being in control in play helps them to learn to manage their feelings and when children make or build things in their play, the are building skills and confidence in themselves...
Four people on a rickety bridge

Four people on a rickety bridge

When I turned BBC news on this morning, the first words I heard were ’emotional well-being’ and ‘cognitive decline’. Research has shown that a dexterous brain makes for happier, healthier people in general. Brain teasers and logic puzzles are...