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Play kid-focused digital games.

When you watch children play digital games (or better yet, when you jump on in and play for yourself), pay attention to the worlds created therein: the characters, the setting, the story lines, the music, the gaming goal — all of these give clues as to what children are really into, how they think, and what they pay attention to.

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