This is a practical manual about child ergonomics written for people who design for, play with, teach, supervise, and protect children. The authors discuss how to create products and environments for toddlers to teenagers that match their capabilities, stimulate their development, promote learning, and keep them healthy and safe. The first resource of its kind, the book provides guidance based on the latest research. Topics include the sensory-motor, physical, cognitive, and psychosocial stages of development and their implications on topics such as handwriting, designing toys, and warnings, as well as creating child-friendly environments at home, school, on playgrounds, and in public buildings.
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