For kids it was the year of tablets, app/toy hybrid games, and wonderfully delightful creativity/maker products. We even had a full digital playground on the show floor, built by Playworld Systems. Kids@Play Summit,  led by  Warren Buckleitner, looked at the opportunities and challenges alike with wisdom from Leapfrog’s John Barbour, Yahoo! Tech’s  David Pogue,  Kindoma, Fingerprint, Play-i Vexx, and Kurio – many of the products unveiled at the conference are destined to be on the radar in 2014. 

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