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Transcript: Princess board game, where the objective is to gain objects to get ready for the ball and be the first player to reach the castle Targeted at Christian families and girls between the ages of 5 and 11 Our goals: To build the self esteem of young girls, share Bible verses with them, and promote positive female social interaction Marketing Strategies Our Toy Areas of Development Toy Project Presentation By: Jenna Burkert, Haley Dyar, Emily Collins, Abby Boltniew, and Carley Roland Solutions: Focus our marketing heavily on Christian circles to make up for the lack of revenue in secular circles Unique because not many board games have a Christian message Argue that our game promotes self worth, not vanity, and there's no harm in letting little girls play dress up Social Promotes social interaction with peers Cooperative play Promotes positive, encouraging peer relationships and interactions Emotional Includes messages about self worth and perseverance through difficulties Spiritual development: includes Bible verses How to Play Roll the die to see how many spaces you should move. When you land on a space, it will either be a plain space or a space where you get to draw a card. If you draw a card, it will tell you to obtain an object to help you get to the ball, give someone else an object that helps them get to the ball, or encounter an obstacle that will either speed up or hinder your trip. If you're the first person to reach the castle, you win! Difficult to promote in secular circles So many board games to compete with in the market today May encounter criticism for promoting vanity Marketing Challenges Air commercials after TV shows like 19 Kids and Counting, Christmas specials, and children's shows Give free samples to churches with cards that tell families where to buy/order the game For children: Use bright colors (pink, purple, etc.) and pictures of the objects in the game For the buyer: Make it cost effective, write words like "wholesome" and Bible verses on the box

Child Development Presentation

Transcript: Child Development 0-12 Months By: Karrie Hardy & Katelyn Earnest Cognitive Development Cognitive development is the construction of thought processes, including remembering, problem solving, and decision-making, from childhood through adolescence to adulthood. Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development Sensorimotor Stage- intelligence is demonstrated through motor activity without the use of symbols. Knowledge of the world is limited, but developing. Also during this stage infants will acquire object permanence at about 7 months. Cognitive Development Timeline Newborn Most newborns can focus on and follow objects, distinguish the pitch and volume of sound, see all colors and distinguish their hue and brightness, and start anticipating events 6 Months Imitate sounds, recognize parents, fear strangers, distinguish between animate and inanimate objects. 9 Months imitate gestures and actions, experiment with the physical properties of objects, understand simple words such as "no," and understand that an object still exists even when they cannot see it. 12 Months Can follow a fast moving object, associate names with objects, develop attachments to objects and suffer seperation anxiety when away from parents. Babies recognize their own name between the ages of 4-7 months. Information for Exceptionalities This scale involves interaction with the examiner and child to determine cognitive delays. An example of a basic response might involve introducing an interesting object for the child to track with his eyes Social/Emotional Development emotional development refers to the attainment of emotional capabilities and their expansion as the child grows. Social development is learning the skills that enable a person to interact and communicate with others in a meaningful way. Erikson's Psychosocial Theory If the parents expose the child to warmth, regularity, and dependable affection, the infant's view of the world will be one of trust. Should the parents fail to provide a secure environment and to meet the child's basic needs a sense of mistrust will result Timeline 1 Month Distress and simple pleasure. 2 Months Anger and Contentment. 3-4 Months Sadness and Joy. 6-12 Months Fear, suprise and interest. Information for Exceptionalities Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is more common in young children recently. Tests for this disorder do not start until the infant is 12 months old. Communication Development Are the skills needed to use language (spoken, written, signed, or otherwise communicated) to interact with others Timeline By the end of... 3 Months Ability to make cooing sounds and cry differently for different reasons. 6 Months Ability to babble repeated syllables and gurgle while playing. 12 Months Try to imitate words, say few words like "dada" or "mama", understand what "no" means. Information for Exceptionalities •Expressive language disorder: Disorder characterized by impairment in expressive language development. •Mixed receptive-expressive language disorder : Impairment in both receptive and expressive language development. The affected child has a more difficult time understanding and expressing language as compared to peers. •Phonological disorder : Inability to use expected speech sounds appropriate for the child's age and dialect. •Stuttering: Unexpected disturbances in the normal patterns and flow of speech. Physical Development The development and growth of a child's mobility and body. Timeline 1 Month Weight decreases by 10% immediately after birth and returns to birth weight by 2 weeks of age. Grasps objects placed in hands and sucks objects put in mouth. 2 Months More deliberate movements Limbs more extended Can lift head temporarily when lying on stomach Some delay in raising head when pulled to a sitting position from lying on back Hands tightly fisted most of the time 4-5 Months No head lag when pulled to sitting position from lying on back. Reaches and grasps objects, brings to them to mouth while lying on back, holds objects indefinitely, stands when held, plays with hands and feet. Begins to teethe 6-8 Months Begins to hold bottle with own hands, sits up on own, pivots and crawls while lying on stomach, feeds self with hands, can hold more than one object at the same time. 9-12 Months Begins the foundation for walking, pulls self up onto furniture, can hold objects in between fingers. Information for Exceptionalities A practical method of evaluating the physical condition of a newborn infant shortly after delivery. The End. Definition- Fun Fact: At the age of 12 months babies can understand full sentences. Trust vs. Mistrust- Defintion- Bayley Scale Apgar Test Fun Fact: Definition- Definition- Bibliography

Child Toy Development

Transcript: Piaget's Theory In cognitive development process with the toy it really helps the baby identify colors. For example, when the parent is teaching the toddler which step to climb when mentioning a color it helps the baby recognize colors (The role of cognitive development). The loyalty that is developed when going down the slide increases the child to trust others in adulthood as well. The role of cognitive development and socialization in the initial development of team loyalty. (n.d). LEISURE SCIENCES, 23(4), 233-261. Taylor, S. I., Morris, V. G., & Rogers, C. S. (1997). Toy Safety and Selection. Early Childhood Education Journal, 24(4), 235-238. Raeleen Castro Cognitive Development Piaget's theory that the toy fits is the Tertiary circular reactions because the toddle is learning that it is ok to fall down the slide. The toddler is more than likely going to hit the bottom on the ground when going down the slide and knowing that they are not hurt is fine. The toddler will then react and go again on the slide. Erikson's stages of psychosocial development is a theory that many psychologist hold to There are 8 specific developments The age references are not exact however they are a rough and general idea References The psychosocial development that the toy brings out is stages 1. The first stage is trust and mistrust and the slide develops that because the toddler has to trust the parent to catch them at the end once they are down. That is a great way for the child to experience trust within the father as well because their is already a bond with the mother. Psychosocial Development Erikson's Stages of Psychosocial Development Toddler Toy Slide Child Toy Development Assisting the Child in physical Development The Toy Slide is great for physical development because it works out the muscles of the toddler. The toy uses different rage of motion with the legs climbing up and down the ladder. There are also different safety regulations and this toy is child safe as well (Taylor, S. I., Morris, V. G., & Rogers, C. S, 1997). The baby is able to develop their hand and leg coordination when climbing up the stairs as well. This toy is for ages 1-2 and it helps the development of a child.

Child Development: Toy Connection

Transcript: This toy is used to put young children to sleep. They also like to pretend. Like pretending they are a doctor, teacher, etc. Chomsky's theory was that children were born able to learn any human language. In this stage the child understands that humans communicate through speaking but doesn't quit understand how to speak so it just makes sounds to communicate. Formal Operations Cited page Piaget's Sensorimotor In this stage children are limited to their ability to communicate and move. They use what sensory abilities they have to explore and learn about their environment. (birth to age 2!) One-word Speech This stage occurs during age 2- 6 or 7 years old. This is when children begin to understand smaller things but can't quit grasp concrete logic. They also use symbols like objects to represent things. Children are 7-11 years old in this stage. This is when they begin to gain a better understanding of mental operations. B>F. Skinner developed the theory of reward and punishment. This is used all throughout the childs life. Like a cookie could be a toddlers reward or being grounded could be a teenagers punishment! Child Development: Toy Connection Preoperational Piaget's theory of cognitive development is a comprehensive theory about the nature and development of human intelligence, from birth to adulthood. In this stage children can speak sentences. Seems like they were just babbling random words. Piaget's Cognitive Development Stages In this stage the child uses single simple words to communicate. Words like cookie, no, mom, dad, etc. Whole Sentence Speech This game takes really using your brain and memory to sink someone else ships. Children develop the ability to understand abstract concept. This stage is usually between 11-15 years old! The child is more independent and mobile at this stage in their life. Telegraphic speech They can understand you and communicate back. Object Permanence is when children can understand that things continue to exist even when we cannot see them Babbling This toy speaks so the child gets the idea that it's real and speaking to them. This toy lets the child have somewhat mobility. Also it makes noises. Concrete Operations In this stage the child tries to use few words to make a sentence to communicate. Such as "water now", meaning "can I have some water? Google Toys R Us http://psychology.about.com/ Playing this game requires knowledge and concentration.

Child Development Presentation

Transcript: The Four Stages of the Orff Approach Nothing but the numbers... (1895-1982)- a conductor and composer who devised an approach to teaching children music: the Orff Approach in the 1920s-1930s. So why do it? Basic Concept Language & Cognitive Development Long term benefits and childhood development Solfege “ Experience first, then intellectualize” " Elemental music is never just music. It's bound up with movement, dance and speech, and so it is a form of music in which one must participate, in which one is involved not as a listener but as a co-performer." The Kodaly Method It is a way of teaching young children musical skills and developing musical concepts Based upon the philosophies of Zoltan Kodaly who was a Hungarian composer of folk songs, educator, and author. Was developed in Hungary but is now used world wide Carl Orff Moveable Do Curwen hand signs pictures rhythm symbols Rhythm syllables folk songs What it uses Why should we care? shakers tap-a-tap tick tock tone block vibra slap wood blocks There is no one correct way to give an “Orff” lesson; however, there are basic principles and suggested procedures to follow: Example lesson- Start by reading a poem to the class, then have them recite it with you. Add a beat they they can clap out and recite the poem to that rhythm. Give some students musical instruments and have them play to the beat during specific parts of the song- choose parts that musically compliment the poem Afterwards, discuss the activity with the class and ask for their feedback. IQ score increases of 3 points Test scores 22% increase English 20% increase Math Siemens-Westinghouse competition in math, science, and technology winners 66% Med School Acceptance Pick an easy song/folk song of the child’s native country (something easy and that they know) Children are first taught how to match pitch by singing SolfegeNext children clap the beat of the song Then they step to the beat while clapping the vocal rhythm Kodaly Childhood Music Education His method involves the use of movement, games, and percussion instruments to engage children and spark their interest in music. Rhythm and percussion instruments are a huge part of the Orff Approach. Orff’s quotes on his method Where do I start?! Cultural factors Classical knowledge and philosophy Ethos/Melos Mathematics The "Mozart Effect" Latest Research Language IQ Test scores Private lessons Local resources Methods of teaching Kodaly Orff Suzuki Dalcroze How it's taught (Mary had a Little Lamb) afuches claves cow bells djembe rainmakers rhythm sticks sand blocks DO, RE, MI, FA, SO, LA, TI, DOCurwen hand symbolsMajor scale is This gives children a visual of what they are singing, to see how the notes rise and fall When teaching, they normally go up by each note. Ex: Do, Do Re Do, Do Re Mi Re Do….ect Orff imitation exploration improvisation composition Ages 2-9, critical for language development Music as a language and oral identification Left brain development Right brain development Spatial-temporal skills Anyone capable of lingual literacy are also capable of music literacy. And that visual and aural memory can develop musical skills

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