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Something fun for the little ones [SilverlightKidsDoodler develops mouse skills!]        
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When I'm working on the computer and my toddler is around, she usually wants to "type" - which consists mostly of hitting all the keys to see the letters appear on the screen. A maximized Notepad window works pretty well for this purpose, though the occasional modal dialog (ex: open file, change font) gets in the way and requires parental assistance. I've tried using Paint to let her "draw" and develop basic mouse skills, but the Paint user interface is not great for young children. Paint's input elements are small and hard for a beginning mouser to click and there are lots more of them than a beginner really needs.

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