In today’s digital world, screens are becoming the norm, impacting the way our kids connect with one another. Research shows kids learn better on paper, especially for reading comprehension and retention due to factors such as tactile engagement, reduced distractions, and improved focus.

Studies also show that creative expression and hands-on tactics like arts and crafts are integral to childhood development and communication, particularly for the 1 in 5 kids worldwide who are neurodivergent and may struggle with managing their emotions or expressing themselves.

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