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Toymakers Aim Technology at Younger Kids

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Toymakers Aim Technology at Younger Kids

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Toymakers Aim Technology at Younger Kids

Toymakers Aim Technology at Younger Kids

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Tech guru Mario Armstrong describes popular tech toys for toddlers. He says kids are conscious about their age and won't play with toys they don't find trendy. Parents should provide balance, he says, by making kids socialize and play with toys that force them to be creative.

Armstrong speaks with Steve Inskeep

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