P131E: Standard Objects: ring tower;other toys, 14mb

P131E Clip Notes

 Notes: 3:04 by Analyst, 3/19/2014 Setting,Props Cedar Hall, Family Room: Actors,Aims Peggy and Bob; Rob on camera. Episode A: 0:03 to 1:55 The Problem: all the rings are supposed to go on Peg: (holding up a ring to Bob) it’s bigger. Bob: it’s bigger – – than what? Peg: (holding 2 rings together) big as this. (Rotating, looking for something.) Peg: hey. (Taking the ring tower base from the toy box and putting it on the floor between her legs) I looking for this. Bob: oh, you were? Peg: Yep. (With 2 rings in her hands, held together, she puts them both on the conical shaft together. The order is: on the bottom, ring A equal ring 1; above, ring B equal ring 3.) These work. (??) (She lifts and smacks the ring tower on the floor, but the gap remains between the 2 rings) Bob: these works. Peg: (while Bob spoke, peg slips ring C equal ring 4 on the conical shaft; selecting another ring from the toy tray, ring D equal 6, she tries to press it down so there is no gap between ring 4 and ring 6.) Peg: (selecting another ring from the toy tray, ring E equal ring 6 duplicate, she puts it on top of the stack, then tries to bring the top 4 rings together to eliminate the upper gap; that does not work.) Bob: you have some sort of problem there right? Peg: yeah. (Peggy removes the 2 top rings, both ring 6.) Bob: can you fix the problem? Peg: (after dropping both rings on the floor, she picks one and holds it up to Bob.) Here’s one. Bob: yes, it works. Peg: (slowly slipping ring F equal ring 6 on the top of the shaft, she sees the gap again.) (Once more trying to eliminate the gap she squeezes the top 3 rings together.) There we go. Bob: (picking out rings from the toy tray, then setting them down again) what about this one (ring 2) and what about this one (ring 4), where do they go? Peg: I don’t know. (Reaching into the toy tray) wait a minute (?? or did she say “anywhere”?) Bob: anywhere? (Verifying what she said; did he misunderstand her?) Okay. Peg: (picking up too small rings) these not fit. Bob: They don’t fit? Peg: No. Bob: (picking up ring 2) does this one fit? Peg: yeah. Bob: where’s it fit? Peg: I don’t know… (Putting some small rings on the floor in front of Bob) 2 rings. Bob: 2 rings? T, H, R, E, E. Peg: (with a ring in her hand) me have /chee/ /oh/ /ee/. – – Imitating his spelling?) Bob: I don’t understand what you said, sweetie. Peg: (selecting ring G equal 4, she places it on the conical stack; it fits.) It all fit. (??) Bob: (not noticing her moment of triumph) can you get all the rings on? Peg: no. (Adding ring H equal ring 6 on the conical shaft; thus leaving a gap.) Bob: why not? (As Peggy tries to squeeze the rings together to eliminate the gap) they’re supposed to go on. Peg: everything? (While still struggling with the gap, she removes ring H equal ring 6) Bob: everything. All the rings is supposed to go on. Peg: (removing ring 4) this no works. (Leaning back away from the ring tower.) I want to have something to drink. Bob: well, let’s stop the camera for a while, and go get something to drink. Episode B: 1:56 to 3:04 Peggy Brings Out Other Toys to Play With Episode C: Episode D: Episode E: Episode F: Episode G: Episode H: Themes,Interplay

Panel P131, Language Development, Object Exploration, Social Interactions