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The Sims Wiki’s Featured Article for July 2015. Childhood in The Sims can either be the state a Sim was created in, or attained after 72 game hours as a baby. Children do not grow older, and cannot gain skill points. Unlike later games, children can care for babies. Children should go to school every day to maintain good grades, as they will lose a full grade level if they miss a day.
They can regain some of that by studying from a bookcase or on a computer, and can even regain the full grade level if they study enough. In The Sims, it is possible for children to live alone, be created by themselves and take care of babies. In The Sims 2 and The Sims Stories, this is not possible except by killing the adults in-game. Children can die from hunger in The Sims, but in The Sims 2 and all games following it, a child will be taken away by the Social Worker instead. Unlike later games, it is possible for children to function well without any adults present in the house. With the Makin’ Magic expansion, magical children have access to the charm Age of Instant, which will permanently turn them into adults. Since there are no genetics in The Sims, when a child is aged to adulthood, regardless of how it is done, he or she will be given a randomly selected body type, a randomly selected Everyday skin for that body type, and a randomly selected head skin.
Therefore, the newly created adult may not look anything like the child. In The Sims Bustin’ Out, children work in the same way as they do in the original game. There is an objective for the main character to have a baby with their spouse who will grow into a child after 72 hours of gameplay. This happens due to a glitch in Create a Sim. Sim will have random skills from the start.
Doing the opposite will result in a child Sim with no skills. In Makin’ Magic, these skills will be lost if a child uses Age of Instant to become an adult. There are hacked objects which can temporarily trick the game into treating a child as an adult—or vice versa. Such objects can be used to allow a child to pay bills.