Designing a Cooperative Fine Motor Skills Training Game for and with Preschoolers
Fine motor skill training
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為了讓訓練過程吸引兒童投入其中，同時讓在家訓練成為易事，本研究提出 PinchFun 合作遊戲，期能透過遊玩的過程鼓勵訓練，藉此協助四至六歲的學齡前兒童訓練其手部精細動作。在遊戲中，家長可以與兒童合作完成遊戲標的。本文介紹以遊戲為基礎的精細動作訓練系統 PinchFun，並描述從十二場親子共同遊玩與參與式設計評估中，所蒐集歸納出的兒童手部精細動作遊戲設計洞見與涵義。
Fine motor skills are crucial for children to develop before six years old. The performance of fine motor skills can be improved through training at institutions and the continued training at home; parental involvement can make the training more effective. However, from the interviews with occupational therapists and parents, we found that current training techniques are monotone and bore children in a short while; also, parents find it a problem to continue the training at home for it takes time and effort to prepare the tool and environment for training. To make the training more engaging and more accessible to continue at home, we proposed PinchFun, a cooperative game that encourages training through play, which supports fine motor training for preschool children (ages four to six). Parents can collaborate with the child to achieve the game goal. In this paper, we describe the design of PinchFun, a game-based cooperative fine motor skill training system, and share our insights and design implications for physical training games gleaned from twelve child-parent co-play and co-design sessions at their home.
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