Starting this morning and ending on Christmas Day, PlayGroundology will be going through the alphabet one letter per day and asking people to submit their favourite words related to play for that letter.
PlayGroundology will send out a tweet ‘call’ each morning with some of its favourites and wait to receive ‘answers’ from others with their favourite play words for the letter of the day.
The purpose of this is two-fold – to have a little lighthearted fun and maybe at the end of the project, if there’s sufficient participation, to look at the possibility of creating a free ebook – The ABCs of Play.
As far as the words go, they can be anything – verbs, adjectives, nouns, proper names, equipment, organizations, places, kid’s games just as long as the word can be readily linked to play.
How many words of play can we compile in the next 26 days? On Christmas day we’ll bring the power of words and play together with an alphabetical posting of everything that has been submitted.
Thanks in advance for your help if you’re able to participate. Follow @PlayGroundology on twitter for the daily call and answer with your great play words. Use the hashtag #ABCs4Play to follow submissions.
If you don’t tweet, it’s easy to get started – go here. If twitter is not the thing for you, you can always email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today, get ready to send your play words that begin with the letter ‘A’.