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July 4, 2015

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V-CUBE

I think hands on is always great...

Also, being able to use a computer proficiently while still being able to utilize a book is an important skill!

I think books help child development a lot, there are a lot of distractions on the computer, so I think a balance of books and digital interactions are key.

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