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    Exploratory Behavior Study

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    I tried to go during various time frames each day so I could view their different hours of playtime. The infants and toddlers were only provided with basic toys such as balls and cars that would fall under the category of “play with objects,” or clothes for dressing-up, which is “pretend play.” Both of these types of play fall under the category of purely exploratory behavior that allows the infant to interact with the environment as well as other infants. All of the children were engaged with one another or the toys, this engagement relates to the many benefits of the function of motor, social, and cognitive skills. After observing, I asked one of the teachers why there weren’t any tech savvy toys such as LeapFrog tablets. Although I can only imagine how a parent would feel if they walked in on their child glued to a tablet rather than using the environment around them. Her reply was that the toddlers would possibly break the expensive tablets, some parents don’t allow their children to use technology, and the childcare center promotes face-to-face interactions in order to create…

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    Lego Pestel Analysis

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    playing interlocking brick toy and provide them different play experience as well. • LEGO invested a lot of resourcing on media advertising in TVCs or graphic magazine • High bargaining power to the suppliers Weakness: • LEGO product is easily duplicated by illegal businessman since the product design is simple. • Provide tedious and type of brick toy product only at this moment. Opportunities: • Cooperating with famous licensor like Disney - marvel, Star War and DC comics in the featured…

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    more inclined to request technology focused toys, parents will be loyal to the LEGO name and purchase the toy because they consider it “good for their children.” The toy itself requires children to think creatively as they build and rebuild different structures each time they choose to play with the toy, this strategic thinking is why parents will continuously be loyal to the brand. The company, dates back to 1916 and was built off of…

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    Toy Play Case Study

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    1. What are ALL of the toys the infant / child is interested in? Name at least three different toys. What are the fine motor requirements for playing with one of these toys? Be comprehensive when you describe the fine motor requirements (symmetry, posture, muscle work, range, coordination, type of grasp) i.e. not simply examining motor control of the digits (4 points) (Wisconsin Child Welfare Training System, 2006) The infant was playing with a variety of toys but he particularly was…

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    The B.A.T. clinical team went observe Oscar in a school setting. Oscar is in a severe ID class. When the clinical team arrived Oscar was in the sensory room with two aides and three other classmates. Oscar walked around the sensory room and played with a sensory toy, in which he turned or rolled. Oscar was observed mouthing large foam blocks. Oscar also mouth strings of metal beads. Each time Oscar mouth something, an aide would block and redirect him. The aides added that Oscar use to mouth…

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    Case Study Of The LEGO Group

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    Introduction The LEGO Group, a popular company based in Billund, Denmark, has been in the toy industry for over 80 years. The company was founded in 1932 by Ole Kirk Kristiansen and was passed down for generations to its recent owner, Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen. The word 'lego' is originated from a Danish word 'Leg Godt', which in other words also means 'play well'. Lego toys are popular among kids, teenagers and even adults. Their products are sold all around the world such as Australia, Singapore…

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    Essay On Gender Toys

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    As a child and now as an adult I have always enjoyed toys, so this report will be reporting on children’s gender and toys. While shopping for my family and friends children for birthdays and Christmas I will play with the toys to check them out to see if they would enjoy the item chosen. It takes me back in time as a child and the memories that I had, so it can be extremely difficult being and adult shopping for kids. I contacted and spoke to Kathy at Hasbro Toy Company who completed my…

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    Interview On Toys

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    For the interview , I asked a Quincey -playing in the building area, building with blocks, what is favorite toy was, and he grabbed some building blocks, and stacked them ,and replied ” Blocks are my favorite toys , especially the green ones.” I asked him “why” , and he responded that - “you can build towers.” He said “you can build a red tower, a blue one, a green one, and lastly a yellow one.” Quincey stated he also enjoyed counting them. He is fully engaged in building, and can build small…

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    have fun filled game nights or would you play with some toys? In his essay “Why Video Games Should be Played with Friends, Not Online Strangers”, Bo Moore, a culture and entertainer writer, claims that gaming is a way for people to connect and have fun no matter what the game is. Whereas in the essay “Toys”, Roland Barthes, a literary theorist from france, state 's that toys are simply for users and owners and that people are never creators. Although the two texts differ, there are moments in…

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    Toy Store Evaluation Paper

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    For the toy store evaluation I picked the local Muncie Target. Target is a superstore that is separated into different department areas ranging from clothing, electronics, baby items children’s items, home décor, toys, seasonal items, a small grocery section, and everyday essentials. When you first walk into Target the first thing you see is the dollar section. The toys section is located directly behind the home décor aisle. The toy department is made up of 9 aisles and each aisle is made up…

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