Print Email Facebook Twitter Toy Design for toddlers Title Toy Design for toddlers: Design of a toy that gives toddlers insights into the difference between “heavy” and “light” objects Author Bakayan, H. Contributor Obersdorf, J.E. (mentor) Visser, A.A. (mentor) Land, J. (mentor) Faculty Industrial Design Engineering Department Design Engineering Date 2016-05-17 Abstract The occupations and the society of the future will be different than that of today. With occupations the general interaction forms are being meant. Occupations will focus on problem solving, Internet of Things and IT. Virtual Reality and 3D printing will be more embedded in people’s life. The occupations of the future will change the way children play. The child of the future should have the necessary skills to have the ability to execute an occupation in the future. The skills, the so called 21st century skills, a child should have are for example problem solving, creativity, communication, cooperation and critical thinking. To develop the critical thinking skills of children, the toy WaterTheater is designed. It is a toy that lets children to use their imagination to create their own story in water, while learning about the difference between heavy and light objects Subject toydesigntoddlersdevelopment stageschildren21st century skillscognitive development To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:ca978475-1353-491c-89ce-b751ec7a093f Access restriction Campus only Part of collection Student theses Document type master thesis Rights (c) 2016 Bakayan, H.