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Child Caring

Kids don't get building blocks of learning from high-tech play

By Barbara F. Meltz
Globe Staff / December 2, 2006

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The year Nancy Carlsson-Paige’s first grandchild, Jack, was 22 months old, he got lots of presents at Christmastime, but what he most enjoyed was something of his own creation. He tossed a plastic ball in the air, and it landed in a nest created by a kitchen stool that was turned upside down, legs poking in the air. (Full article: 1206 words)

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