After seeing all of the crazy fails in part one of the 10 toys you should never give your kids, I bet you are ready for part two! We have the remaining top five toys with the worst design flaws, accidental implications, and terrifying side effects just below! Number Five: Poo-Dough. What’s better to give your kids to play with than a little fake poop? Poo-Dough is a Play-Doh product that includes a patty of brown molding dough, a little yellow dough for added effect, and a poop-shaped mold complete with little compartments to make corn pieces.
But especially too many new and expensive toys can have adverse effects and can create social and emotional problems, while not having many toys can be beneficial. Firstly, expensive toys can lead to social exclusion and isolation of some children. Some parents have enough money to afford the latest video games or other expensive toys, but other parents do not. Therefore, some children might not be able to play with the other kids or take part in some regular conversations about these toys or games at school or in kindergarten and might be excluded. Even if the other kids would not exclude them directly, they might feel excluded because they would not have anything to add to the conversations.
In Santa Clara, California there has been a banment of toys in children's meals. Ken Yeager stated in the interview with The New York Times, “the playing field by taking away the incentive to choose fatty, sugary foods over healthier options.” Yeager along with many others are starting to notice that they, children, are reaching for the unhealthy items rather than the healthy items. The children do not ask for the burger and fries, in most cases, it is usually the toy they are after. In April of 2010, the first law of this kind will be allowing these industries to give away toys as long as they do not have excessive calories, sodium, sugar, or
“Children use toys to try on new roles, experiment, and explore interests.” (Susan Linn) The toys being sold in the US have clear gender discrimination. Gender stereotypes are more of a problem now than in the 1970’s. “By the mid- 1990’s, however, gendered advertising had returned to 1950’s-levels, and it continued to grow in the 2000’s.” (Alice Robb) America has grown over the years, but we still have a problem with gender stereotypes. The toy industry stereotypes children by peer pressuring them to conform to society. Gendered colors that advertisements and toy stores use affect children in their formative years because what they learn stays with them for their entire lives.
4.0 Society and Toy Safety Toys has been proven to help in children development by shaping their experience, enhancing imagination and affecting behaviours (Yilmaz, 2015). Further research suggest that parents who play together with children encourage them to think, judge and allow quick adapt to changeable environment (Changa & Yehb, 2015). Moreover, the toys are also aided in children’s social skill (Trawick-Smith, 2013). After several major toy recall, toy’s safety has been the major concern for most parents. Various parties have anticipated in the effort of toy safety.
People tend to reject these products because they do not find it at par with the real smoking effect. No one wants to spend more on a product which may not give same pleasure as its parent product. Survey indicates that around 40% of respondents are not willing to try any alternative to their way of tobacco intake. Recommendations: Start targeting at no-smoking areas like malls, theatres etc. These are the places where people miss smoking and they would love to try these products.
Most children, toddlers and babies put toys and other items in their mouth; everything a child touches automatically has the germs and substances they’ve been touching. It is estimated kid’s toys have an average of 400 colonies of bacteria (Frank). Furthermore, germs are everywhere, and if one person gets an illness then everyone who came in contact with them would have an elevated risk of getting sick. According to the Center for Disease Control, diseases spread quickly among unvaccinated people, mainly children. Viruses that have once injured or killed multiple people now have a vaccine to
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The author writes in an informal tone for adults with children in the house. In my perspective, I disagree with the author because it's not all the parents fault and fast food companies should know not to sell bad food just to make profit for themselves. Another reason is