Forget about the fancy new products that treat young children like passive recipients who must be “filled up” with information. Forget the screens, which don’t offer children the three-dimensional, sensory experiences they need in order to truly learn. Forget the apps that lead children to one “correct” response and teach them that there’s only one right answer to every question. Forget the toys that dictate what children are to do. Forget everything that, for all intents and purposes, fails to promote the child’s imagination and problem-solving abilities – because it’s those two qualities children will most certainly need for success in this rapidly-changing world!