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Bubble Board

2009-11-23 16:10 - 0 Comments

Playing in the public is often limited to the kids in a family outing to the shopping centres. Parents have little chance to participate in the games that their children are involved in. We ask: How can we create better parent -child interactions in play? The answer proposed: The Bubble Board. Taking advantage of the height of a parent, he or she can create trails of bubbles on an interactive wall as the parent walks or moves pass it.As the parent creates bubbles, the children get to play with these bubbles on the wall, bursting or moulding them by hand. A child can create shapes with the parent while the parent can sustain the game play by supplying more bubbles.

Submitted by Peng Chou Kit & Tay Allan

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