My four year old loves trying to play all the Just Dance games with her dad and me but the moves can be hard for her and the songs aren't all kid-appropriate. After looking at Just Dance For Kids I realized the moves were still a little too hard and the only "kid" thing about it were the songs sung by kids. Enter Nickelodeon Dance, which I read about in Parents magazine. It's very similar to Just Dance in that it has pictograms showing what moves are coming next and shows the lyrics on screen (both of which you can turn off if wanted). It also has a coaching option, which tells your child what dance move they are doing (cabbage patch, pogo jump, shimmy, etc.). The workout mode has actual workout moves such as a lunge and squat. The dance modes are divided into Starting Steps, Smooth Moves, and Fancy Footwork. The only thing I don't like is how the songs are all divided into the categories, they aren't just all listed in one long list. The operating requires only pressing buttons (no pointing of the remote to a certain button) so my daughter can operate the game all by herself once I click on it from the Wii Menu. The graphics and singing aren't too bad for a kid's game. Definitely helps get my kid moving when she's stuck inside.
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