Teachbox Concept Trains Children’s Creative Mind

Millions of boxes including health and food aids are annually sent to developing countries such as the African and Asian ones and those in other parts of the world covered by the UNICEF. Upon unpacking, most of these boxes are disposed of while these plain boxes enjoy a powerful potential to be creatively reused. In this concept, a sustainable solution is presented, based on which the simple model of 3-D puzzles is perforated on the boxes sent by the UNICEF.

The color and graphic elements of these puzzles attract the children, they will then take out the puzzle perforated models for completion and playing with. The Teachbox concept provides with the children possibility to make their own toys.

Designers : Milad Mohajeri and Ali Haji

TeachBox toys by Milad Mohajeri and Ali Haji

TeachBox toys by Milad Mohajeri and Ali Haji

Regarding the need for pleasant and safe games and the children’s intellectual training weakness in poor and developing countries, Teachbox concept can train children’s creative mind. Beside the recommended plans, other diversified plans and forms can be implemented in order for the children to learn more. These models are perforated on boxes by the die-cut system and impose a low cost on the production process with a single color print.

TeachBox toys by Milad Mohajeri and Ali Haji

TeachBox toys by Milad Mohajeri and Ali Haji

Tuvie has received “TeachBox Toys” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

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Trupti says: March 28, 2013

Salute to UNICEF's whole team…
It plays a major role in development of coutry"s progress & especially towards education…
I would like to be part of it, by rendring my creative ideas for nurturing of kids

    ahd says: April 1, 2013

    are you a designer ?

      milad says: November 11, 2013

      ya why not ? whats the problem with the idea ??







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