How to help children fall asleep on their own in an educational way?
To design a product that reinterprets the concept of "monitoring" and "night light" for children, encouraging them to fall asleep without the help of their hands. For children encouraging them to fall asleep without the help of their parents.
Reassurance through the empathic dialogue between two people translated through the use of two objects.
Message conveyance through light.
Reverse monitoring by the child.
Use during evening/nighttime hours.
1 - 4 YEARS
Children who go from sleeping in their parents' bedroom to sleeping in their own bedroom.
Children who are already used to sleeping alone but need one or both parents to fall asleep.
Children who need a tool to provide security during the night (soft toys, night light).
DEVELOPMENT OF SENSES AND MOTOR SKILLS
Contact and manipulation of different materials, shapes and colors.
COGNITIVE - SOCIAL - AFFECTIVE DEVELOPMENT
Symbolic game exploration and discovery.
Concept of big - small > mother and child
Animal world > affective bonding / protection
BIRD > child
NEST > concept of home / bed
The shape of the light empathizes with the child. It increases the child's security.
Use of a simple, familiar, familiar shape.
Interaction with light.
Aids in the development of the senses.
Key: manually turn on the light by pressing the bird's beak
1. Child touches the lamp to communicate with mom.
2. The alert comes to mom through the lighting of the lamp and a feedback
3. Mom sends feedback by touching her own lamp.
4. Upon response the baby's light will intensify for a time of 10 sec.
The light will remain on for a set time at low intensity.
(Introduction to the topic through an educational narrative).
Allows interaction between users.
Allows to create affection.
Useful means to help learn the functioning of the product.