Virtual reality and games can provide children with very powerful and creative ways to learn new things and use their imagination independently or collaboratively. On the other hand, there is already a wide range of games and technologies that are evolving very quickly, so it can be difficult to stay up to date. The equipment and time a youth coach must invest can also be a barrier to carrying out such activities with children. With this in mind, we have put together a selection of popular best practices, very accessible, to impart important knowledge and encourage children’s creativity by stimulating their imagination through playful activities. They allow participants to develop social skills and form bonds, while at the same time providing trainers and youth workers with flexible tools to engage with them and teach various topics.

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