Play and Learning in Children's Eyes (PALICE) Final Overview REport

The Play and Learning in Children’s Eyes (PALICE) project of the LEGO Foundation was launched in March 2021, implemented by an international research consortium led by FHI 360. The project sought to support the implementation of Learning through Play (LtP) in classrooms around the world by giving teachers the tools to better understand the perspectives of children and stimulating their self-reflection on how to create meaningful, joyful, iterative, socially interactive, and actively engaging learning environments. 

Over the course of nearly two years (March 2021- December 2022), the PALICE research consortium developed, and pilot tested the tools in three countries in different parts of the world, with support of the local PALICE consortium partners. These countries were Bangladesh, Colombia, and Uganda, each with their own language versions.

This report presents an overview of the tool development and piloting process, as well as the results of the pilot analysis and final modifications to the tools. 

Resource Info

Resource Type

Emergency Update/Report


Published by

FHI360, LEGO Foundation


Learning through Play
Levels of Learning - Early Childhood Development

Geographic Focus