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If you haven’t yet brought a llama to join your Zoom meetings, you’re missing out.

From my perspective, Color War is the most important educational program we run in Jewish schools and summer camps. Let me explain.

As far as I know, no one has studied this systematically, but over the last 15 years or so I’ve been asking American and Canadian adults and children (separately) to tell me what they’d say the opposite of play is.

“23/7? I really have to lay face down on a massage table 55 minutes out of every hour, all day and night?” These are the questions I was asking my surgeon the day before he performed emergency surgery on my right eye.

And while everything inside me wanted to say, “I don’t have time for that.” I decided to say, “Why not? Let’s go play.”

Research shows that games include essential learning processes that can increase students’ engagement and motivation and make them truly fall in love with educational-related learning.