Driven by Creativity and Innovation

We make learning fun – anytime, anywhere!


Play Atoo is a mobile teacher in a box that makes learning fun, anywhere and anytime!

Play Atoo kits are specially designed to help foster creativity, innovation, problem-solving, critical thinking, collaboration, analytical skills and a range of other essential skill sets.

We design various educational and entertaining kits that helps children (between the age of 7 to 12) learn 5 of the future skills that the World Economic Forum said children within this age group must begin to develop.

At Play Atoo, we are consistently driven by Creativity and Innovation, and this compels us to find ways to make our designs more impactful by solving real problems.

We take pride in our very flexible design approach that allows us to tailor our innovations to the peculiar needs of those who use our kits, thereby solving peculiar problems accurately.

And because we are driven by Creativity, our designs are ever-evolving to suit the current needs of those using our kits.

What Is So Special About What We Do At PLAY ATOO?

“What is so special about what you do at Play ATOO?” is a very frequent question people ask. And it is very easy to quickly say that we are doing what no one has ever done before but of course that is not true.

What we are simply doing here at Play ATOO with our first kit, called the Universal Learning Board (ULB) for children between age 7 to 12, is to create a very relaxed learning environment where a child can easily develop skills required for the generation Z (children born between 1995 and 2015). These are the same skills that the World Economic forum has termed “an essential skills set for the future of work”.

Key traits of generation Z and How Play ATOO is helping

Generation Z have grown up in a world that hasn’t always made them feel financially secure, and they’ve taken that on board in their plans for their future careers.

Generation Z is more realistic. They dream of becoming entrepreneurs, building up their own businesses and never needing to answer to a boss.

With all the resources of the internet at their disposal, they know that running your own business can be very hard work, but they’re ready for it because they see it as a route to the financial security that they prioritise. (Oxford Royale )

Even though there could be a world where everyone of them would be an entrepreneur of some sort, they still need to arm themselves with skills they can leverage on to work for a while before fully launching their entrepreneurial journey.

Education of course remain key, and self-education will thrive more in the era of generation Z.

The Universal Learning Board (ULB) we designed, which is a mobile teacher in a box, will be a fitting tool for self-education aimed at developing  5 of the 7 future skills that the World Economic Forum said children in this age must begin to develop.


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