Playful Pittsburgh Collaborative

The Playful Pittsburgh Collaborative is a group of organizations dedicated to advancing the importance of play in the lives of children, families, and communities in the Pittsburgh region by:

  1. Raising awareness that play is a critical element in the lives of people of all ages
  2. Educating decision-makers (from parents to legislators) in our region so that their choices support access to play for people of all ages
  3. Modeling (and inspiring) through various activities the actions we hope our broader community will take in their daily lives

Visit the website and join the Collaborative!

Trying Together is a proud member and co-founder of the Playful Pittsburgh Collaborative.

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Play Spaces in Pittsburgh

“Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.” – Fred Rogers

Remake Learning and Root+All released a play booklet entitled, “If Kids Built a City” that details the importance of play being built into the city of Pittsburgh, from parks and museums to doctor’s offices.

Download the full booklet.

 


 

Ultimate Play Day

Hosted by the Playful Pittsburgh Collaborative, Ultimate Play Day is an opportunity for people from throughout the region to play together and raise awareness of the benefits of play at any age.

To those who attended, thank you for joining us for the 2019 Ultimate Play Day! Stay tuned for more information on the 2020 Ultimate Play Day!

Visit the Collaborative’s website for information on other playful events including, Pop-Up Play Days!

 


Recess Advocacy Team

In partnership with the Playful Pittsburgh Collaborative, Trying Together created the Recess Advocacy Team to establish a group of organizations dedicated to health and wellness, education, and play in Allegheny County, with a focus on recess practices and policies in Pre-K through 6th grade.

To learn more about the Recess Advocacy Team, visit the Playful Pittsburgh Collaborative page.

 


 

Newsletter

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Previous Issues

2019
2018