In song mode, there are four children songs included. The doll will move its head with the rhythm of the songs.
Senses: The fundamental senses of seeing, tasting, hearing, smelling & feeling encourage a child's curiosity.
Fine motor: Fine motor skills are those smaller actions between the thumb and fingers or using the toes to wriggle and feel the objects.
Gross motor: Gross motor skills are larger movements involving the arm, leg, or feet muscles or the entire body.
Logic: Logical training enables babies to make connections between pieces of information.
Creativity: Colors, shapes, learning how to draw, getting familiar with music and rhythm, all goes to aid the growth of a child's creativity.
Linguistic: Linguistic Intelligence is the ability to use sound and language for expression and comprehension of others while a child is developing.
Emotion: A healthy child should be able to control and express his emotion, and interact effectively with others with mutual trust.
Communication Skills: Good communication skills lead a child to perform cooperative tasks and become productive team members.
Self-Esteem: Self-Esteem is an overall sense of achievement a child feels from the important people around him. Task basis activities could help children to build up a stronger self-esteem with a better judgment about their own worth.
Method: Apart from her parents, every child needs someone who can be by her side all the time. Wayne and Julia are the perfect buddies. By having Wayne and Julia next to them all the time, children can learn to hug, care for, and build close relationships with other people.
Objective: Listening to music (Mode 1)
Method: Set the doll to Mode 1. Then press the doll’s tummy to play music. (Wayne and Julia play different melodies.) The dolls even move rhythmically to the music! Listening to music helps children develop a sense of rhythm and cultivates positive emotions.
Objective: Gross motor skills training – crawling (Mode 1)
Method: Play music by setting the doll to Mode 1. Use the doll to encourage your child to crawl towards you.
Objective: Cognitive training – learning and pointing to facial features and body parts
Method: Teach children facial features and body parts. Then name a part and encourage your child to point to it.
Objective: Cognitive training – learning simple words (Mode 2)
Method: Set the doll to Mode 2. To record, press and hold the button on the doll’s back. You may record simple words like daddy, mommy, hello, thank you, bye bye, and sorry etc. Children can play the recorded words by pressing the doll’s tummy. When children repeat the words, the doll will then talk back. The repetition and interaction encourage children to talk and interested in learning words.
Objective: Oral motor skills training – learning to speak (Mode 3)
Method: Set the doll to Mode 3 and the doll will repeat what your child says. The interaction keeps your child interested in making sounds and talk.
Objective: Cognitive training – learning names of everyday objects (Mode 2)
Method: Set the doll to Mode 2. To record, press and hold the button on the doll’s back. Record words of everyday objects, such as table, chair, cup, car etc. Encourage your child to play back the words (by pressing the doll’s tummy) and to point to the objects.
Objective: Gender concepts
Method: Use Wayne and Julia to teach children about their genders and the differences between boys and girls.
Objective: Becoming friends with Wayne/Julia (Mode 2)
Method: Set the doll to Mode 2. To record, press and hold the button on the doll’s back. Parents can record the following lines (or help the child record the following), so children can listen to the doll's self introduction and become his / her friend.
Objective: Learning simple words using flash cards (Mode 2)
Method: Set the doll to Mode 2. Record the words on the flash cards. Encourage your child to press the doll’s tummy to play the words, and then point to the correct flash card.
Objective: Learning to read by role playing (Mode 3)
Method: Set the doll to Mode 3. Children can play the role of a teacher by reading the flash cards to Wayne/Julia. The doll will then repeat the words.
Objective: Listening to stories (Mode 2)
Method: Clear all previous recordings by pressing the doll’s tummy and the record button at the same time. Hold for 5 seconds until you hear a “beep”. Record the following story, sentence by sentence. (The whole recording cannot exceed 30 seconds.) Encourage your child to press the doll’s tummy to listen to the story.
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