Touch educational games for young children

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Childnet International is registered as a charity in the UK no. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Then there’s Family Gamer TV for Let’s Play Skylanders Swap Force and Disney Infinity Come again? The Family Gamer Awards FGA suggests ideal PS3 games for different family age-groups: Infants, Juniors, Students, Workers, Parents and Seniors. These awards complement PEGI’s age-appropriate ratings by suggesting games each age group will enjoy.

Rather than warning families about which games are inappropriate, we suggest which games each age group will get the most out of. The games awarded for infants for example, not only contain appropriate content for 3 year olds but are also easy enough for them to play and enjoy. The best games for toddlers, very-young children and pre-school kids from 3 to 6 years old. These games work with the basics of play and should easily engage the super young players in our families. Simple and easy controls and bright colours engage young players in some educational and informative games.

Just Dance 4: Just Dance 4 not only adds new dances and choreography but also brings that in four player style to the PS3 and 360. Add to this the Wii U version that enables a fifth player to take charge of the choreography with the puppet master mode and you have the most all-age-friendly of family games. Kinect features make this another big step forward for casual dancers. Peggle: The simplicity of shooting metal balls at pegs combined with unicorns and rainbows make this ideal for tiny fingers. Add in the simple mini-games, grooming and dress-up aspects and this is a lot of entertainment, with a little help from mum and dad.

Wipeout HD: Wipeout HD is a surprisingly good fit for family gamers, and epitomises a more intelligent broadening of gaming’s audience. Turn up the steer assist and use the Sixaxis motion controls and really young players can play too, and in split screen mode with siblings and parents. Cars: The combination of simple racing and the world of Radiator Springs to explore make this ideal for infant gamers. As they hone their racing skills they are also challenged to a variety of minigames and search the world for collectables and power ups.