After research, we organized them into a board and move them around. We linked our topics in control groups - areas where we felt design can intervene and change to provide opportunities, based on our research insights. This leads to the questions we framed our design challenge with.
How might we drive a child to be more experimental or goal-oriented?
How might we use competitiveness to drive progression?
How might we communicate instruction to a child without being too overbearing?
How might we integrate a product into a child's normal, comfortable routine?
How might a product guide parents from diverse upbringings towards positive child behaviour?