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In the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) several researchers suggested that Tangible User Interfaces (TUIs), due to their "hands-on" nature, have a great potential to support children's learning experience  . For this reason, the literature of recent years has highlighted the development of a new trend characterized by an increasing number of toys that provide a more seamless bridge between the physical and digital worlds  . These toys, defined as hybrid, instead of moving awaydblp:conf/etis/CarusoA20 fatcat:ms6iy3qdojgdnbtevac6nnelci