We want to know what you’ve been playing!

Have you been drawing rainbows on the ground, leaving a teddy bear in the window or playing hopscotch? 

Do you know any coronavirus jokes or rhymes? Have you been playing COVID tiggy, tip or chasey? 

What’s happening in the schoolyard? Are you playing the same games you were playing before we all stayed at home? Have you had to change the way you play?

Have you been playing online games with your friends like chess, Minecraft or Roblox?

Tell us what you’ve been playing while you stayed at home, during holidays and at school.

We’d LOVE to hear from kids, teens, carers, parents, grandparents and teachers. 

Image: Edward Stanfield Wardell, Children running in Mint quadrangle, 1909, State Library of Victoria Collections
What are you playing online?

“Play is training for the unexpected”.

Marc Bekoff

“Children need the freedom and time to play. Play is not a luxury. Play is a necessity.”

Kay Redfield Jamison

“People tend to forget that play is serious”.

David Hockney