Analog Toy Tech

Children are introduced to high-tech concepts like coding through low-tech means

Implications - Appealing to parents' desire to limit their children's exposure (and dependence) on technology, toy brands are offering products that teach high-tech skills without a high-tech design. Speaking to two shifts in the world of parenting, this approach offers the best of both worlds: a nostalgic, tech-free approach to toys with benefits that go beyond entertainment.
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This Year and Warm Top 4 Examples: 13,958 Total Clicks Dec 14 - Aug 16
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SCORE: 7.8
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