I know a lot of older kids are into video games, but how about the younger crew? Does your preschooler play video games? Or do you think they are too young? The Xbox Kinect took gaming to the next level in interactivity by making game play controlled by your own body movement. Now, even preschoolers can get in on the action. Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster can be played alone, with friends or siblings, or with an adult. The game features 6 chapters to explore, each with different activities to engage in. Players help their monster friends solve roblems while interacting in the storybook environment. Life lessons including sharing, teamwork and friendship are integrated into the game experience. Once Upon a Monster features your child’s favorite Sesame Street characters and introduces them to new monster friends along their journey. This fun game which encourages physical activities engages toddlers, giving them an alternative to outdoor play when the weather is bad. The Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster video game for Xbox 360 with Kinect retails for around $50.
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