De Rotterdamse Set

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Speel je Wijs

Children discover the world trough play; they get experience by trying self-initiated things. Those experiences will help them later on in life to estimate situations. There is not a lot of room in Dutch primary schools for this natural learning process. Nearly all schools have a clear and set program which lives is measurable and thought through, but it leaves no possibility to base the education on the children’s interests.

I have made a set of toys for children from 4 to 8 years old. While playing with them, children can discover geometric principles. The set is made to use at primary schools. With my design I want to contribute in the development of more flexible and child-oriented education. In this education the child’s interest in the subject is very important. With my design I connect with children’s investigative attitude: the education becomes more relevant to the child because it’s self-directed. In this way, children will have a beter learning experience and enjoy school more.

De Rotterdamse Set


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