Kids Learn to Text Before Tying Shoes

If you have little ones this may come as now surprise but they're often more versed in technology before things like learning to swim or ride a bike.  A new study of 2,200 moms of 1-5 year old's proves most kids become tech-literate before learning basic life skills.  

  • More small children could play a basic computer game (58 percent) than ride a bike (43 percent).
  • More young kids could work a smartphone app (19 percent) than tie their shoelaces (9 percent).
  • More little ones can open a web browser (25 percent) than swim (20 percent).

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