Social Individualism

Diversified activity stations foster bonds without sacrificing individuality

Implications - While communal activities help foster socialization skills among children, group experiences can often overshadow one’s individuality. Seeking to influence peer-to-peer interaction without sacrificing personal interests, parents are turning to multifunctional activity stations to offer individualized activities in a more expansive, group setting. This speaks to a desire for fostering relationships in a more subtle, and unobtrusive manner.
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Mild Top 4 Examples: 13,679 Total Clicks Nov 13 - May 14
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Untested 1,452 Clicks Pub: Mar 30, 14
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