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I have two daughters. The older one recieved her first webkinz when she was ten years old; her sister was three and-a-half years old and enjoyed watching Mom and big sister play. When she learned the games by observation, then she really enjoyed playing some of the easier games.
Her favorite to play was Quizzy's in the calandar puzzle mode. She'd just click, click, click. It would occupy her and she liked seeing what the pictures revealed. He other favorite game is the puzzles that you buy in the -shop and keep in your room.
I really don't see how this new "Jr" version is going to be any better than the current version. It does sound more like something that the child does by theirself.
I believe a 'dumb-down' version is going to be boring to the parents and it won't motivate the parent child togetherness that the current version has delicately incorporated. A few of the current games are simple and easy enough for a 3-6 year old to play, configure, and repeat!
Unless my daughter who is now five years old, is smarter than the rest of them!?!?!?!?!?!?
We have more than fifteen webkinz between my two girls!
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