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[Wk 1 Activity] Childhood Objects


#288

Thanks Lily! Our last project was a mud kitchen for the garden made out of an old sink, left over/reclaimed timber and lots of other objects we found. We used a handsaw, a square, a measuring tape, a hammer and nails and a cordless screwdriver. The kids learned lots about woodwork and my 6 year old daughter brought the tools and some wood into school for “show and tell” and showed her friends how to measure, mark and cut wood. Great fun!


#289

My childhood object is a soccer ball. My grand-father gave it to me when I was around 8 y.o. and I enjoyed playing with that ball more than studying. I spent all my afternoon of my childhood trying to improve my technic to become a soccer player. Well, this can be normal in some countries, but in Italy it looked weird for a girl the wish to play soccer.


#290

Nella mia infanzia non avevo molti giochi , li portava solo la Befana. Essendo figlia unica mi piaceva moltissimo leggere o animare le cose, mi davo le arie da dura e volevo fare cose da maschi come aiutare mio padre a tagliare la legna per la stufa, cambiare le lampadine e riparare le cose, mi divertivo anche a smontare le sveglie o a provare esperimenti scientifici (disastri clamorosi!). L’oggetto bellissimo che mi ha regalato la libertà è stata a 11 anni la mia bicicletta Graziella.


#291

Pictured here is a dollhouse my grandfather crafted by hand, then brought across the Atlantic Ocean in a few pieces. It resembles my grandparents’ home, complete with a half-knit sweater on the coffee table. This photograph was taken the day we reassembled it in the yard- the same day it became my favourite toy! In addition to reminding me of my home abroad, it was the site of so many of its own stories brought to life. Sometimes these were short/singular play episodes, but when I played alone, I revisited the same world again and again. I was always happy to learn something new about the way the “real world” worked because it could then be integrated into my play (e.g., the history of my imaginary family’s imaginary town). This feels true to Papert’s observation that “anything is easy if you can assimilate it to your collection of models.”


#292

My childhood object is the white chalk. I love to gather younger children and teach them lessons or do their home work. I love it because it enabled me act as a teacher and a school owner. As a teacher, i liked the fact that i know the answers to the questions i set for the other children. Also, i had liberty to introduce classwork and exercises to the other children which made it my thing (School Owner).
I had so much fun then. I can use my slate as a board or write on neighbours plywood or zinc wall. This at times got me into trouble in my neighbourhood because some parents taught we were defacing their wooden wall.
Not so much has changed today as i still carry that passion of teaching or guiding young people. white-chalk-500x500


#293

My dad had an ABBA record that I loved listening to, even though I did not speak a word of English at the time. :grin:


#294

This reminds me of the game where players each have a card with the name of a person, place or thing written upon it taped to the forehead. You have to guess what is on your card by asking only yes/no questions.

How fun might it be if you had to build the object on your cap! Maybe just yes or no questions would be too hard, but it would be a great intro to programming.


#295


안녕하세요.
영어가 약해 한글로 쓰겠습니다.
저는 한국에서 어린이를 위한 게임과 교육 콘텐츠를 개발해 왔고
이제는 스크래치를 활용한 SW교육 콘텐츠를 개발 중입니다.
어린시절 부모님이 사주신 NES로 게임을 즐기며
몇개의 게임에서는 레벨 에디터를 이용해 나만의 맵을 만드는 것을 좋아 했습니다.
이런 경험들이 내가 커서 콘텐츠를 만들고 공유하는 일을 하게된 계기가 된 것 같습니다.


#296

안녕하세요.
저의 물건은 Froebel GABE 입니다.
이 물건은 아기들 교육용으로 나온 용품인데 어렸을때 부모님이 선물로 사주셔서 이걸 자주 갖고 놀았습니다. GABE를 가지고 집을 만들기도 하고, 물리 실험(지금와서 생각해보면) 도 해보고 아예 새로운 형태를 창조해 보기도 하였습니다. 이것을 좋아했고 혼자서도 자주 가지고 놀았는데 어렸을때의 이 GABE 경험이 저의 공간감각과 수학적인 면에 도움이 된 것 같습니다.


#297

어렸을 적, 카세트 테이프에 녹음을 하곤 했습니다. 사촌오빠와 언니, 제가 각자의 역할을 맡아 테이프에 녹음을 하고, 즉흥적으로 이야기를 지어내기도 했지요.
가장 기억에 남았던 이야기는 드라큘라 백작의 이야기로, 누르면 악당의 웃음소리를 내던 인형에서 아이디어를 얻어 녹음을 시작했습니다. 흡혈귀에 관한 전형적인 얘기였지만, 마지막에 인형을 눌러 소리를 녹음시켰던 기억이 생생합니다.
그 이야기가 썩 마음에 들었던 우리는, 카세트를 틀어놓고 그에 맞춰 그림자 연극을 어른들 앞에서 보여드리기도 했습니다.
이런 경험은 제가 프로젝트를 자연스럽게 만드는데 도움이 되었던 것 같습니다
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#298

Hola, el objeto de mi infancia era muy maker, me encantaba jugar con las muñecas de papel o cartón para vestirles y cambiarlas de distintas épocas del año o contextos, playa, fiesta, escuela o algún deporte, a pesar de que eran de tan solo papel, desarrollabas aprendizaje creativo para resolver conflictos que se presentaban, como hacer que no se les cayera la ropa y comenzabas a dejar volar la imaginación con distintas soluciones, o cómo hacer para que la muñeca se quedara en pie, y hacías relaciones entre pares aportando soluciones y juego.

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#299

Luci, me parece un juego muy interactivo, sobre todo por haberlo jugado con tu hermano, mi pregunta: ¿Haz hecho algo así con tus alumnos?


#300

Yo llegué a jugar muchas veces con este tipo de muñequitos de papel, lo divertido era hacerles los vestiditos creados por mi, o recuerdo otros donde ponías la ropa dividida en 3 momentos, para intercambiarla entre los muñequitos


#301

Hola, unas de las cosas que más recuerdo era jugar con luchadores de plástico. Como no tenían movimientos nosotros le construíamos alas, armas, trajes de plastilina. La creatividad no tenía limitantes. Cuando veíamos peliculas de los luchadores, mis hermanos y yo jugabamos a ser luchadores tambien. Recuerdo los sábados reuniros a ver la televisión y ver a los luchadores volar desde el ring. Había unos luchadores muy famosos llamado “el santo”, “blue demon”, “el super muñeco”, entre otros más.
Yo creo que la creatividad, el juego, el compañerismo y muchos proyectos rodearon mi infancia y la intensificaron tremendamente.


#302

La vecina de a lado tenía una tiendita donde vendía bollos, tostadas y por su puesto, ropa de papel para muñecas. Vi a mi hermana jugar con ellas.


#303

jajajaja, no me acordaba de esta arma mortal!!! nosotros también diseñabamos estos artefactos, juntos con tirabolitas que hacíamos de la parte de la botella y un globo. Cortabamos las bolitas del árbol canelo y a pegarle a botes y a uno que otro amigo!!!


#304

Sam, era genial eso y con los de cloro mejor Porq el plástico era más grueso jajaja también los hacía, nos íbamos al rancho y jugábamos


#305

Hi, My first childhood object was a set of construction engineer.D_Q_NP_875084-MLB28049706537_082018-Q


#306

Hello! :slight_smile:
This was the first object that interested and influenced me. It is a print that my grandmother used to have on the living room… I never understood well the concept, but i remember that I used to love the colors and the composition. Years ago, I discover it is a catholic piece about Noan and the Arc, os something about…
I didn’t reallised, until now, that it may influenced me to became a graphic designer that work with visual comunication and visual composition.
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#307

Olá!

Quando era criança adorava andar de bicicleta.
Mas o que mais me fascinava eram as ferramentas que acompanhavam o kit da bike.
Vivia apertando parafusos, mudando posições do banco e do guidão e ajustando a correia.
Meu pai sempre me incentivou.