The top November 2015 youth trends highlight various innovations related to child development and unique initiatives for young ones.
The Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art and Storytelling in Harlem is a recently opened attraction designed by Tanzanian-born star architect David Adjaye. The children's museum boasts an eye-catching facade and interactive programming that will entertain and engage visitors of all ages.
Separately, Bankaroo is an educational virtual bank designed to teach youth everything they need to know about banking. Aimed at increasing financial literacy, the application will surely fill in the gaps left by most North American education systems.
The top November 2015 youth trends speak to the values held dear by millennial and Gen X parents who are likely eager to provide stimulating learning opportunities for their children whenever possible.
Top 50 Youth Trends in November
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Surreal Childhood Portraits
Hilarious Adulthood Drawings
Multifunctional Baby Rockers
Cardboard Play Panels
Educational Programming Toys
From Cheerful Children's Museums to Imaginative Play Apps
Nov 29, 2015By: Rebecca Byers -