It’s a game that engages and entertains babies and teaches them about their world.

Played all over the world, Peek-A-Boo bridges language and cultural barriers.

We play it as children.

We play it as adults…with children eight months and older.

One player hides his or her face, pops back into view of the other, and says, “Peek-A-Boo! I see you!”

It’s a natural impulse to smile with delight when a baby sees you and starts laughing with you.

At its roots, Peek-A-Boo honors a universal truth, that each of us yearns to be seen and recognized.

The process of “being coached” as a adult is a lot like playing Peek-A-Boo as a child.

It’s energizing, transformational, and deeply profound to be seen, heard and recognized.

…and just like with playing Peek-A-Boo, once you experience the joy, you want to repeat it again and again.