Games are all about taking a step of action and putting your ideas to the test.
Keep your dreams alive with new games
Games are central to our philosophy of learning, because games involve play, and playing is scientifically proven to help you learn. Even animals play games. You can see that we included the idea of a game in our very own logo. Of course, it’s a crossword puzzle, and it reinforces our tagline and the three steps of turning dreams into reality: 1) Dream it! 2) Map it! 3) Play it!
These aren’t just games. These are traditional pencil and paper games and activities that teach important concepts in a fun and memorable way, while also reinforcing basic subjects like the three Rs (reading, writing and arithmetic). Plus, students get to exercise their brains and learn new skills that will actually help them turn their dreams into reality. Not to mention, our education materials are also intended to distract kids from this digitally saturated world.
Authors’ Note: All of the games below are fun and educational, but they are taken out of the context of our unique and evidence-based dream formula. So, get your feet on the ground and get off to a good start by learning the step-by-step process with “Dream it! A Playbook To Spark Your Imagination.” Then come back for more games to begin exploring how to map and play your dream.
Soon, we will start introducing games for the next two steps: mapping and playing. These games will be a great opportunity to follow along with the creation of the next book. And for now, there are only three games for the first step of dreaming. So, we humbly ask you to buy our new book so you can get the whole process step by step. It’s cheaper than printing it page-by-page anyhow.
Our first FREE game is here!
Easter Egg Hunt
Try to find all the hidden surprises in Dream It!
Our first game is a companion game for our new book “Dream It!” The Easter Egg Hunt. In this case, “Easter egg” means a hidden surprise. If you saw the movie Ready Player One, you learned that the first hidden surprise was a message in the 1979 video game “Adventure” by Atari. The term was coined “Easter egg” to encourage players to hunt for all the surprises just like the real holiday game. It became so popular that Easter eggs are now part of almost every game, movie and television show, and — of course — our book.
Our second FREE game!
Earn your dream rank from Newbie to Awesome!
Another companion game for our new book “Dream it!” From the beginning until the end, life is a constant adventure, not a problem to be solved. It doesn’t matter if we achieve great things, it only matters if we feel a great sense of accomplishment! Practice feeling accomplished by marking off your physical achievements in the Dream It! Playbook!
Our third FREE game!
Dream Thought Bubbles
A fun and easy game for a younger audience.
Here is a popular activity that was part of our original book. We ran out of room to include it in the final edition. It teaches kids how to visualize a dream and gives them an understanding of motivation. It’s a good activity for Pre-K and older. Kids will be asked to draw the dream of various objects, like a bee, whose dream might be a flower or honey. Once they practice a few times, kids can flip over the page and draw a picture of themselves and their own dream.
Here is an easy backyard adventure that I have done 3 times already. You can easily spot the International Space Station flying overhead. It looks a lot like a fast airplane except that’s a lot higher and traveling thousands of miles an hour.
First in our series of Backyard Adventures is the Photo Safari. “Safari” is one of my favorite words. It means “adventure” or “journey” in Swahili. And while I was riding my bicycle through East Africa, people would often wish me, “Habari Safari,” meaning, “Have a good adventure.”