Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Our Guiding Questions

These below are our guiding questions together with some of their answers. The other answers will be posted later after the research:

1) How do we ensure that the toy that we create is safe for the children?

We must not use small parts in the toy like dice or have small detachable parts. The toy must have all internal components sealed so that they are not exposed and will not pose a risk to the children.

2) Should we build or include small parts in the toy? Why?

There should be small parts if necessary but with have to put warning signs at the cover box of the game to let the parents take note.

3) How to ensure that the toy is not too challenging nor too simple for children to play?

We must check the P1 and P2 maths textbook and make sure that the questions are similar to the questions. The number must have the same decimal space as the maths textbook to make sure that it is just nice.

4) What should there be in the toy that can help the children in playing it?

5)  How do we make the toy in such a way that it can be linked to the subject and topics we are targeting at?

6) At the end of the day, what is our main purpose and main things for the children to learn from the toys?

The main purpose of the toy is to make the children learn how to add and subtract.

7) How to ensure that the children can easily learn what they need to learn without any help?

8) How to make sure that the concept that the children will learn is suitable for them to learn?

9) How to ensure that the children will understand very much what they are learning?

10) How to allow the children to know how to play the game in the first place?

There must be an instruction manual and there must be colourful pictures so that children easily know how to play the game.

11) How do we attract children to come and play and at the same time, buy our game?

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