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Kids and the Mobile Technology Takeover


from EverydayFamily.com

Do you feel lost if you lose your cell phone? Is your house full of iDevices? Do you talk to your friends more online than in person? With all the technology that surrounds us each day, it’s no wonder that younger and younger children are becoming proficient at using electronic gadgets. But is this a good thing? Take a look at some of the stats and decide for yourself.

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  1. Thank you for sharing.
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