Pedagogy of Toys 2021-03-19T23:40:51+00:00

Pedagogy of Toys

Pedagogical plan with toys. Level: Child Education.

The pedagogical experiences of the center began in the year 1.975, designed by Ma Begoña Rey de Arteaga and aimed at obtaining the acquisition of basic concepts in children of three, four and five years.

Students contribute their own material, learn how to use it, care for it, and share it with peers, exchanging it.

At the end of each experience, and once its usefulness has been learned, the toy contributed by the student is taken away again, taking responsibility for its state of conservation and fixing the damage, if any.

The teacher will collect all the graphic material and order it together with the Evaluation and its results.

The College and the families provide books, magazines, newspapers, recordings, propaganda prints, labels,… Etc. An individual dossier with all the materials is then made and mural works are exhibited.

Some of the concepts that are learned (thanks to the various materials) are as follows:

Dolls: Right and left, head movements, member movement, pointing positions, standing, sitting, kneeling, lying down, ulna, sideways, gymnastic positions, dancing at different rhythms, walking, running, jumping, dressing and stripping, making costumes, hygiene, sleeping, eating, swimming, playing, studying, working, looking, reading.

Means of locomotion: cars, bicycles, motorcycles, trucks, airplanes…; Media; Racing, normal circulation, repairs, parts vocabulary, garage constructions, garages, parking spaces, staging behavior in the various means of locomotion, playing collectors – drivers, different speeds, phones – photography, radio –, television, movies – magazines – newspapers.

III. The House.

Clean, cook, house vocabulary, decoration, laying clothes, crockery, toys, books, order closets, furniture, accessories, appliances, utensils, ironing – sewing.

Dresses: Costumes, uniforms, choosing dresses, different eras and seasons, different moments of wearing jewelry, swimsuits, furs, improvising a party, improvising characterization, tailoring.

Didactic games: Puzzles, lottery, puzzles, parchís, chess, checkers, oca, decks, hieroglyphics, Q&A, magic.

Music: Organ, maracas, chin-chin, xylophone, bass drum, baker, Chinese box, guitar, bottles, tambourine, scratch, turntable, flute, sticks, harmonica, piano, drum, radio cassette-CD.

VII. Circus – Costumes- Theatre:

Trapeze, clowns, jugglers, tamers, illusionists, magicians, puppets, costumes, use of fabrics, rags, dresses and garments used, improvisation of shows with suggested music, ornament

VIII. Shops – Markets

Department stores: jewelry stores, upholstery, butterware, deli, ice cream parlors. pastry shops, silverware, dairy, shoe stores, fabrics, hardware stores, bookstores, stationery.

Sports. Basic vocabulary: football, tennis, basketball, rugby, hockey, skating, athletics, swimming, horseback riding, motorsport, nautical,…

Cities and Services: town halls – prisons – hospitals, museums – schools – clinics, delegations – institutes – firefighters, courts – university – studios, theatres – gardens – parks, police, audition rooms, laboratories, churches, hotels, pharmacies.