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What is the Miniland teach&play method?

The combination of real and digital play

  • Digital games from Miniland teach&play: Designed for learning experiences that recognise positive achievement, without penalising mistakes.
  • With activities for children to progress at their own pace.
  • A method for teachers and parents.

Educative Resources

All educational resources are free and can be accessed through the Miniland teach& website: Activity sheets, Printable materials and Digital games.


Introduction of teacher’s lesson

Description of the educational concepts to be developed using lesson plans.


Game activity with Miniland Educational toys

Maximize the play experience with Miniland Educational toys and the printable activity sheets.


Digital games within the classroom

Digital gaming on a computer, interactive white boards, classroom boards or tablets, online or offline, to reinforce what has been learned.


for Teachers

It is a fun “real-digital” learning method, which follows a workbook with educational resources to be used at school.

Our aim is to provide ease, maximise resources and broaden the activity bank for early years and primary teachers.


for Parents

With our toys and digital games, parent will be able to reinforce their children knowledge at home, in a playful and entertaining way.

We make it easier for you.


How to use Miniland teach&play resources:

  • Handling and playing freely with the Miniland toy
  • Doing the suggested activities with the toy
  • It stimulates game-based learning and active play

Team of experts endorsing the project

Miniland Educational is supported by AIJU (Technological Institute for Children’s and Leisure Products), with over 25 years’ experience in european research and development projects on the importance of play and toy in the psych pedagogical development of children.

All our digital content and resources has been analysed and developed by teachers, psychologists, pedagogues, sociologists, computer scientists, designers and engineers.