kids. Saturday , February 11th , 2017 - 18:21:28 PM
Consider this! In 1990, $100 million was spent on advertising to children in America. By 2000, that figure had increased to $2 billion. Advertisers are targeting kids, and parents are concerned about the rise in materialism they see emerging in their children.
A fun task for the whole family is to put together a family tree. Go to the local branch of your national archives to dig around for interesting information about your ancestors. It's a great day out. Once home, piece together the information.
LeapFrog has recognized this growing need and come up with a wide array of toys, each catering to a particular skill set and age group. There is a LeapFrog toy for every infant, toddler and elementary school child out there. In addition, LeapFrog does not only address the educational needs of kids in the English speaking world. It has toys that also come in Spanish and other major foreign languages.
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