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“Kids are rubbing an eraser across their skin while having to do or say something,” the post continues. “It's causing serious burns and we've seen several cases of this at EIMS.”
School-age children burning themselves with erasers may be nothing new; several commenters on the post recall engaging in similar antics when they were younger. But thanks to the challenge’s spread on social media, as Today reported, it’s getting new attention and reaching a wider audience of vulnerable kids.
Every year there are new tech toys for kids on the hottest most wanted list and parents run around in December trying desperately to get hold of sold out toys. If it moves, flies or makes noise, it’s sure to be a hit. Better still, an app controlled toy that connects to a smartphone, tablet or iPad will even impress parents. Some of the ideas for new tech toys on the market will have you scratching your head and thinking what will they come up with next? Eggs than can hatch on their own, cars that drive on walls, pens...
The Nintendo Switch was released last week, and could be the firm’s most grown-up console to date. However, with the likes of Mario making their way to the home/portable hybrid, it’s sure to be a hit with younger gamers too. Here we look at whether the Switch makes a good family console.