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Wholesome Threesome on Tux4Kids

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Well if you want your children to enjoy exploring educational concepts then Tux4kids is the distro for you. It offers that elusive technology platform with which your kids will feel at home and you will have the flexibility to customize it to match their growing needs.

Tux4kids is a wholesome threesome

The Tux4Kids consists of three quality applications for mastering maths, with TuxMath, make an artist out of your little one with the TuxPaint and the third, TuxTyping. In fact, TuxPaint leads the march for the Tux distro with an independent website for itself, while TuxMath and TuxTyping are offered as twin applications on the Tux4Kids site itself.

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