“Kids are multitaskers.”
Play, eat, draw, watch, write, and play
all at the same time!
- Joanne Walsh, Bronx, NY
…The kids are not all doing the same thing. They are all doing very diﬀerent things.
A group of four children is in one corner of the room assembling a jigsaw puzzle together.
Another group of ﬁve is at a kidney‐shaped table with the teacher, working on iden?fying
shapes, colors, and the le@ers of the alphabet. Other children are working independently,
wri?ng le@ers or words. S?ll others are drawing pictures at their tables.
<Making schools work: a revolu?onary plan to get your children the educa?on they need>
By William G. Ouchi, Lydia G. Segal, 2003
Kids learn about themselves, relationship, resilience,
and aesthetics in our institution.
- Renown kindergarten,
Multiple full scale prototypes:
form & size reﬁnement
Cub Children’s Chair
Daniel Michalik, 2004
Pure granulated cork
(reclaimed waste material
from the bottle-stopper industry),
non-toxic (and ecologically-sound)
FYS (Finish Your Self)
by David Graas