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Piaget Toy Project

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Transcript of Piaget Toy Project

Sheyanne McIntyre
Piaget Toy Project
Sensorimotor Stage is from birth to about 2 years during which infants know the world mostly in terms of their sensory impressions and motor activities
Sensorimotor Stage
Preoperational Stage is from about 2 to 6 or 7 years old during which a child learns to use language but does not yet comprehend the mental operations of concrete logic
Preoperational Stage
Concrete Operational Stage is 6 or 7 to 11 years old during which children gain the mental operations that enable them to think logically about concrete events
Concrete Operational Stage
Formal Operational Stage is beginning of age 12 during which people begin to think logically about abstract concepts
Formal Operational Stage
Piaget Cognitive Development
There are 4 stages to Piaget's Cognitive development:
Sensorimotor Stage
Preopertaional Stage
Concrete Operational Stage
Formal Operational Stage
Toys for Sensorimotor Stage
Toys for Preoperational Stage
Toys for Concrete Operational Stage
Toys for Formal Operational Stage
Why the toys fit.
Mobile for a crib: they can hear the music and find it soothing
Rattle: they can "make" music and and enjoy the sounds
Jack in the box: by turning the lever they can hear the music and learn that when the music gets to a certain point the doll pops out of the box
Why the toys fit.
Alphabet blocks: they can try to make words or learn and see the alphabet
Play Phone: can "talk" to people learn new words and how to communicate with others
Puzzles: use logic to make the right pieces fit together
Why the toys fit.
Connect four: use strategy to get four in a row before their opponent
Checkers: use strategy to take all of their opponent's checkers
Mancala: use strategy to make all the marbles on their side disappear
Why the toys fit.
Monopoly: can learn how to keep up with money and to buy property
Scrabble: can learn how to take the words that they already know and make new words out of the letters from those words
Rubik's Cube: can use math to try to figure out how the colors get back to their original position
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