Interpretations on Relations Between Functional Orientation of Animation Script for Toddlers and Preschool Education

Xiaona MA

Abstract


Animation is the most intimate window for toddlers to learn and understand the world. As a result, having an accurate understanding of functional orientation of animation script for toddlers is beneficial for the sound development of animation for toddlers. With scientific understanding of status of physiological as well as mental development of toddlers, while artistry needs to be stressed during creation of animation script for toddlers, it is also necessary to pay enough attention to rational thinking about practicability (namely functionality).


Keywords


Toddlers; Functional orientation of animation script; Education

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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