French preschoolers tweet with très adorable results2/21/2012
Twitter users may have to be at least 13 to use the service, but one school in France is bucking that rule and allowing its class of preschoolers to Tweet. Students at the L'École Albert Camus near Bordeaux have been using the site as a way to learn the alphabet. Each day the children propose topics to Tweet about and then vote for their favorite. Then, two students enter it using a computer with their teacher's supervision on the @camusmat04 handle with adorable results. One tweet, as AFP reports, reads: "We gathered snow to see how it turns into water."
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