Cats, dogs and other pets are the future, but it turns out that toddlers are the ones with the most fun, according to a study by the US National Institutes of Health.
The study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, looked at toys that children, and children with disabilities, had played with.
The toys that were most popular were toys that toddlers and their parents could play with.
It’s the perfect storm of the new and the old, the study found, with toys for toddlers and those who don’t have disabilities.
For example, toys for children with mobility issues like autism and cerebral palsy, as well as toys for those with visual impairments like dyslexia, are especially popular.
For the study, researchers from the National Institutes for Health, the National Science Foundation, and the University of California at Davis, recruited parents of 8-year-old children.
The researchers had them bring their children to the lab, where they were tested for their abilities to interact and be active.
The children were also asked to answer questions about the toys they’d been playing with, how well they understood the toy, and how much they liked it.
In the end, the children with the best learning outcomes had a toy that their parents enjoyed playing with.
In contrast, the toys for kids with disabilities had the least interest and interest was linked to the number of times the toy was played with over the course of the day.
For kids who have limited vocabulary and can’t speak, this could be a huge challenge.
But for kids who can, it could be the most helpful toy.
While the study does not include details on the toys that kids play with, the authors say that these toys should be “considered as a starting point for designing and testing new, more expressive, and interactive play devices for these children.”