According to a new survey, little kids are better at tech skills than at basic life skills. For example, more small children can play a computer game than ride a bike these days. (58 percent to 52 percent)


Here are some other survey results:

63 percent can turn a computer on and off, while only 20 percent can "swim unaided."

69 percent can use a mouse, but only 11 percent can tie their shoelaces without help.

25 percent of little kids can use an Internet browser, while only 20 percent know how to make an emergency phone call.

The survey also found that mothers older than 35 are "marginally better at teaching their children life skills."