Essay on toy critique

7136 Words Nov 22nd, 2013 29 Pages
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents………………………………………………………....1
Aim Objectives Rational……………………………………………….....2
Introduction…………………………………………………………….…3
List of criteria…………………………………………………………….3/4
Rating Scale for Lego Bricks……………………………………………..5
Evaluation…………………………………………………………………6
Role of the Adult………………………………………………………….8
Conclusion………………………………………………………………...8
Conclusion to primary research ………………………………………..8/9
Recommendations for changes………………………………………......9
Bibliography……………………………………………………………...10
Appendices……………….……………………………………………...11

Aim
The aim of this assignment is to choose a toy and assess and examine it under various headings using both primary and secondary research.

Objectives
Compile a comprehensive
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STOAGE
Lego comes in boxes and for this it is very easy to store on shelves, under tables or even in the corner. It is also very easy for children to put away into boxes and under tables.
As Lego does have many parts often pieces would be left on table or dropped on the floor and could easily get lost.

C E MARK
All Lego boxes carry C E mark and also has the age range it is meant for. Lego is also very easy to wash as is plastic.
Could be dangerous to young children if left or dropped on floor as some parts can be quite small and could fit into mouth and coarse children to choke

DEVELOPMENT VALUES
PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT: is enhanced as their gross motor skills and fine motor skills improve. INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT: is helped as Lego bricks can help with matching, sorting and counting. LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT: will help as children will name their building talk to their Lego animals or figures. EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT: promotes a sense of achievement for the child as the outcome of what they have built will boost their ego and self-esteem. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT: children will interact with adults or other children in a group as they build their houses cars or farms as they pretend play.

INCLUSIVE
Lego is

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