Laissez-Faire Learning

Embracing energetic youth, brands take a laissez-faire approach to learning

Implications - Acknowledging the playful nature of children by speaking to their sense of humor, brands are adopting new ways to garner the attention of youths and satisfy parental desire for a form of stimulation that’s multi-faceted and immersive. This playful marriage of fun and function through product further enhances socialization early on, which engrosses a child’s cognitive abilities to desire constant stimulation. Reinterpreting societal norms, this attention to immersive, interactive playtime is not only switching up the way children learn, but also how adults respond to development in the digital age.
SCORE: 3.9
Mild Top 4 Examples: 18,958 Total Clicks Nov 13 - Sep 14
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Consumer Insight Topics: YouthLife-Stages
Educational Anatomy Apps - The Humanatomy Health App Helps to Teach Children About the Body
SCORE: 6.7
Hot 1,689 Clicks Pub: Sep 16, 14
Educational Anatomy Apps
The Humanatomy Health App Helps to Teach Children About the Body
The Humanatomy is a neat anatomy app that helps to educate children and adults about how the body works. With embedded flash cards, fun illustrations and simple text this app is ideal for teaching... [More]
Preschooler Programming Toys - The Primo Play Set Teaches Coding Before Reading
SCORE: 6.4
Hot 15,917 Clicks Pub: Dec 20, 13
Preschooler Programming Toys
The Primo Play Set Teaches Coding Before Reading
The digital life is becoming so prevalent that designers are finding ways to introduce it to children in a more educational manner; the latest being the Primo Play Set. Instead of getting children... [More]
Interactive Alphabetized Apps - VeggieTales' Educational Kids App is Fun and Skill-Building
SCORE: 1.3
Untested 1,037 Clicks Pub: Nov 16, 13
Interactive Alphabetized Apps
VeggieTales' Educational Kids App is Fun and Skill-Building
‘Bob and Larry’s ABC’s’ is an interactive kids story book app that features the lovable Larry the cucumber and Bob the tomato from VeggieTales to help kids learn the alphabet. This duo has... [More]
Binary Code Picture Books - A Robot Story Promises to Teach Kids How to Count in Binary Code
SCORE: 0.8
Untested 315 Clicks Pub: Jan 21, 14
Binary Code Picture Books
A Robot Story Promises to Teach Kids How to Count in Binary Code
Software engineer Lisa Seacat DeLuca has started a Kickstarter campaign for A Robot Story, a picture book and animated e-Book that endeavors to teach young children how to count in binary code. The... [More]
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