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My assignment is to do a pop-up book of my choice and I chose to do it on the teletubbies.

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Situation My assignment is to do a pop-up book of my choice and I chose to do it on the teletubbies, as my little sister likes them and I have all the resources and research that I could get at home, also I will give the little book my little sister when it has all been completed. The teletubbies developed in America on the 26th February in 1995, it then became a big hit in the u.k a few months later. The teletubbies products are sold worldwide-everywhere and are very popular and are liked by younger children of both genders. They are sold on the internet on auctions and official teletubbies websites. They are sold in retail outlets such as Argos, Index, Woolworth's, Marks and Spencer's, they are also sold on the market, and they are sold at most high street stores as they are a leading brand of toys. The people that I assume buy the most amount of teletubbies toys are adults, as they will be buying toys for the little kids for birthdays and Christmas and special occasions. The type of people that I think the product of the teletubbies attract is younger children aged between two to 6 or 7 and I think that it will be attracted by both genders. ...read more.

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The patterns of this will be all different, there will be patterns that younger children would be interested in or what would appeal to them, such as colourful ones. All of the patterns and styles will all appeal to the actual sale of the book. I will not use fashion trends as the teletubbies do not have fashion trends but I will use all the original characters and all their trends e.g. tinky winky carries a hand bag, po rides on a scooter, laa laa has a football and dipsy has a hat, so I will use all of these. Ergonomics I would make my product easy to use by making the pages big and thick so it is easy to turn for the younger children to turn. I will measure my little sisters hand span so that I will know about the size that other little children and then I can make a book smaller so that it will be easily carried around by youngsters. The height of the book will not be very big as there will be really small children looking at the book so it can't be too big, the book will not be too small so it will be the right size of the children reading it. ...read more.

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The British European Standard BS EN 71-6 specifies the use and design of a graphical symbol for age warning labelling on toys not suitable for children under 3 years of age. The purpose of the symbol is to inform adults that the toy might be hazardous to a child under 3 years of age. This does not apply to toys which are obviously unsuitable for young children, such as chemistry sets for example. Use and design of the symbol The age warning must be clearly legible at the point of sale of the product. The age warning is shown as a symbol or in words. It will appear either on the toy itself or the package. The British European Standard BS EN 71-6 specifies the use and design of a graphical symbol for age warning labelling on toys not suitable for children under 3 years of age. The purpose of the symbol is to inform adults that the toy might be hazardous to a child under 3 years of age. This does not apply to toys which are obviously unsuitable for young children, such as chemistry sets for example. Use and design of the symbol The age warning must be clearly legible at the point of sale of the product. The age warning is shown as a symbol or in words. It will appear either on the toy itself or the package. ...read more.

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