By: Jordan Blakeney
Bob the Builder
It is a boy toy: I think for Piaget it would be the concrete operational stage- because there learning like how to build toys and house and using blocks in different types of way. And for Kolhberg i think it would be preconventional level- because they're learning like how to not mess up and if they did there would be a consequence.
I think it is a boy toy: I think for Piaget it would be concrete-operational: Because you determining the difference between good guy and bad guy and your trying to figure out how to defeat the other foe. I think Kohlberg it would be conventional- because your choosing right from wrong and whats better and what to do and what not to do to loss against your enemy
It is a boy toy: I think for Piaget it should be concrete- Because they learning how to play with action figures and the different types of ways you can use them. And for Kolhberg i think it should be postconventional- because your learning to do right and wrong with the toy not to hurt with anyone
Dora the explorer
It is a girl toy: I think for Piaget it would be properational- Because when when playing with Dora she also teaches you Spanish. And for kohlberg it should be conventional level- because your learning right from wrong and how to stay away from the fox
It is a gir toy: I think for Piaget it would be concrete operational stage- because when kids play with barbie they play with it like its their own baby and take car of it and brush their hair. I think kohlberg is post-conventional because the girls make judgements on how they want to treat and do with the doll
Cabbage patch dolls
It is a girl toy. With a piaget i think it would be sensormotor stage because with dolls your leaning how to take car of a kid. And for kohlberg's theory it would be on post conventional level because they are making judgement by there self on how to play with the doll.
The Wiggles are a gender mutual toy. I think for Piaget theory it would be pre operation stage because with the wiggles you are learning to sing and dance. And for kohlbergs theory it would be post conventional level because they are making up in their mind if they like to sing and dance
I think it is a gender mutual toy. For piagets theory i think it would be concrete operational because you are thinking about how and what you want to do with the toy. For kohlberg's theory it would be conventional level because when you think about what you wan to do you have to decide if its right or wrong.
I think it is a gender mutual game for all ages. I think for piagets theory it would be formal-operational stage because you are leaning how you want to spend your money and on what things. I think for kohlberg's theory it would be preconventional because you are making decisions on how other people act or what they do
I think play-Doh its a gender mutual toy. For piagets theory i think it is formal operation stage because you are learning how to build things. And for kohlnberg's theory I think it is conventional level because you use it to build stuff not to eat or hurt people and kids have to understand that