In the age of e-books for toddlers and endless TV programs aimed at the nursery school set, children today become technologically savvy soon after they learn to walk. That’s not a bad thing, said Hamilton-based occupational therapist Barbara Smith, but it shouldn’t prevent playtime with blocks, puzzles, and, yes, old-fashioned paper books.
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