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Daycare-at-Home Watch Concept Displays Visual Activities Instead of Numbers

Work-From-Home can be difficult for working parents who need to also take care of their children. Everyday is a new challenge and everyday, they are getting more and more care less about their children activities. With coronavirus pandemic changes our lives probably forever, here’s a unique Daycare-at-Home concept watch specially designed for parents. Instead of […]

Daycare-at-Home Watch Concept Displays Visual Activities Instead of Numbers is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design


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