Between Bricks and Bits  

Traditional play has often involved creating stories around characters and environments, through which children explore and learn about the world around them and understand their place within it. Digital play is driven by the same impulse. Most children have a couple of areas of interest about which they are really passionate, and around these themes children will often form a web of content and expertise, a universe, which fuels their stories.

Interesting research article on kids and “Systematic Creativity in the Digital Age” from Lego.

 
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