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Tablets: the next children’s favorite toy

According to a study powered by the website Schools.com, it seems that tablet will become the next children’s favorite toy. The first one for years, the television, was surpassed by the computer a few years ago. And the time has come for computer to be passed over by the tablets.

The schools.com’s studies – made on american citizens – put in evidence that 7 children out of 10  living in a house, use the tablet. The study also revealed that 1 parent out of 5 are given their kids a smartphone, iPod or iPad, to keep them occupied when they are shopping.

77% of parents also think that tablets bring benefits to children, and help them developped their creativity. The right questions are: may we let our kids play with a tablet? And what is the right age?

The question is open.Feel free to answer in comments.

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