The Educational Program's format

We demonstrate in this slideshow how the Magic Garden platform works to increase creativity.

Here, children ages 2-10 created together their own digitally projected scenes, props and costumes to learn through role playing and asking their own questions about the topic “Where does our food come from and how is it made?”

We began with the life cycle of apples.

The children learned to ask good questions and directed their role plays.

The benefits and test results are shown at the bottom of the page.


Why it is so effective


  1. Children’s core driver and dream is to realise and experience their imaginative worlds in a physical form. We empower them to create their worlds and pursue their dream inside them.

  2. There is no need for a technical manual. You step into the space and it adapts to your wishes and creative work in real time.

  3. Our Magic Garden subconsciously triggers children and adults to quickly slip into a natural state of roleplaying in an unlimited range of environments that they previously had no access to.

  4. Both roleplaying and our curriculum are among the most effective methods in learning because as a human species we have evolved to learn through to play and pursuing our curiosities.

  5. Children drive the questioning and collaborative reasoning while educators apply their wisdom in the moment to draw out the learning potential of themes.

  6. Parents who miss seeing their children are able to role play with them as their first and most influential educators and talent-mentors.

  7. Children gain the foundations of reworlding the planet (giving it a new future) by becoming morally brave explorers that learn by coexisting with nature and appreciating how much of it still remains undiscovered.



Impact in Schooling


  1. 3 year-olds experience 3-9 times longer calm-focus.

  2. The maturity of 4 and 5 year-olds increases to that of a 7 year old by triggering their philosophical thinking and being. We consider doing philosophy with children to be the height of their potential creativity.

  3. Children use their whole bodies in multi-sensory learning which increases memory retention. It is also inclusive of children who are disadvantaged by today’s vision-based learning and have great strengths in learning through other senses including kinetic learning for example.