Toy Story Child Development Analysis

Toy Story Child Development Analysis
Toy Story Child Development Analysis
Toy Story Child Development Analysis
Toy Story Child Development Analysis
Toy Story Child Development Analysis
Toy Story Child Development Analysis
Toy Story Child Development Analysis
Toy Story Child Development Analysis
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While students watch Toy Story (any movie sequel included) they can analyze the toy, by its appearance, movement or any other information about the toy provided. (*Jessie is not in the first film, but is included in this product).

Instruct students to determine whether the toy is safe or how the caregiver should ensure safety for the child with this toy.

Then, students should determine whether the toy is developmentally appropriate. Students can indicate what age groups are appropriate, what the child can learn from the toy, or how it can help them in any area of development (physical, social/emotional or intellectual).

This works well with any Child Development, Human Growth and Development, Child Guidance, Education & Training or related lesson/course.

Clipart provided by Julia Sunrain Graphics.

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