Kidsday: Games we liked

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You will like this game, Kinect Nat Geo TV: America the Wild, because it is educational. It has great photos of animals and images. You can learn more about animals; also, the reason that you'll like this game is because it's fun and cool. The listed age range for this is good because some images could be intense for younger kids. You can also learn more about nature. I don't think that there is anything to change about the Nat Geo Wild Game.

Ages: 8 and older

Rating: 5 of 5

-- Peter Rojas, Kidsday Reporter


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Winx Club Groove & Glow Dance Mat

(Creative Designs / Nickelodeon)

The Winx Club Groove & Glow Dance Mat is so much fun for kids who like to dance and play games. Just plug it into your MP3 player and then follow the lights on the console and step on the right marks to get the highest score. You can fold it up and take the Winx Club mat anywhere. I like this because you could dance and do other fun activities with your friends. You can exercise and burn calories.

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Ages: 5 and older

Rating: 5 of 5

--Priscilla Mongelli, Kidsday Reporter

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Journey Collectors Edition

(Sony)

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I played PlayStation video game Journey Collector's Edition. The graphics for this game were amazing. The disc included six games to play, three full games and three never before released mini-games. The game is relaxing because of the music's soundtrack. I loved the story line for Journey. It was very interesting and made me want to keep playing. For the game flow, the motion sensor on the controller was used in a very cool way. In order to move the player, you are forced to rotate the controller, which I found fun. On the downside, two of the games, flow and Flower can get boring as you aimlessly float around with no real story line.

Ages: 10 and older

Rating: 4 of 5

Tatiana Ackerman, Kidsday Reporter

CLASS OF THE WEEK: AnnMarie Drosman's sixth-grade class, WASHINGTON STREET SCHOOL, Franklin Square

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