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Video Games for Girls #Giveaway

Day 3 of my Anniversary week giveaway party! Today I am giving away 5 Nintendo DS video games for girls! Back in October, I believe, I went to a girls’ video game summit put on by Activision where we learned a little bit about the gaming industry and young girls. We learned about how screen time affects children and what the age limits should be for them:

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends no more than one to two hours for kids older than 2 (and zero for children under 2), which includes all screen time from video games to computers to television and the like. Setting those limits is critical to ensure that the other parts of their brains and bodies also develop. Fortunately, the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine at the University of California found that children who strongly agreed their parents had rules about television viewing time were less likely to exceed recommended screen time limits.

If you’d like to hear more about the studies, head over to Michelle at Honest and Truly. She did a great write up about everything! This Christmas my 6 and 4 year old will both be getting DS’s. I plan to put a new system in place for screen time in my house because I don’t want the kids playing video games or watching TV ALL DAY LONG. I think I’m going to make extra chores, extra homework sheets, and extra reading time all equal a certain number of minutes that each kid can have screen time each day. I haven’t worked out the specifics yet, but when I do, I’ll come let you know and then do a follow up post of how it’s working for us.

On to the games! I haven’t reviewed any of these because we don’t officially have a DS in our house yet.

Giveaway, Activision Summit, ChicagoSquinkies 2 Throw the biggest party you can imagine in this game that sends you back to the squishy, squashy world of Squinkies! There’s a new mall in town just waiting to explored. Who knows what new Squinkies you’ll meet once you’re there? Bounce around the mall and invite the other Squinkies you meet to a Squinkies party. There are four areas to visit – the Amusement Park, Aquarium, Wedding Castle, and Food Court – plus over 600 Squinkies to discover and collect. Making new friends will unlock new playable characters, and collecting magical coins will unlock some playable hard-to-find Squinkies.

Giveaway, Chicago Activision SummitZhu Zhu Babies Pick your favorite Zhu Zhu Pet and explore your very own HUMONGOUS Hamster city!

Nurture them, feed them, hear them chatter and love them as you scoot and scamper through an awesome maze filled with chutes, tunnels, twist, turns, ramps and jumps for endless fun for everyone! Each Zhu Zhu Hamster has its own unique personality and whimsical sounds! Help them scoot, scamper, bump n boogie through the crazy maze as you unlock more cool stuff the further you go in the Hamster Habitat! Collect all your favorite Hamsters as you rule the Zhu Universe!

Giveaway, Chicago Activision Summit, Games for GirlsMoshi Monsters Moshling Zoo 

FIND ‘EM, KEEP ‘EM

Moshi on the Move: Based on the monster global phenomena Moshi mosters with over 50 million players from more than 150 countries worldwide!

Immerse yourself in the world of Moshi Monsters! The world’s fastest growing online game for children presents Moshi Monsters: Moshling Zoo on Nintendo DS. Boasting over 50 million players across 150 countries worldwide Moshi Monsters is one of the largest and most loved online games for children. Moshi Monsters: Moshling Zoo is set to become one of the most sought after presents for children this Christmas! Moshi Monsters: Moshling Zoo features:

  • FIND ‘EM, KEEP ‘EM: Explore the Wooly Wilderness in the search for ULTRA RARE Moshlings to add to your Moshling zoo!
  • PLAY COOL MINI-GAMES: Play exclusive Moshi mini-games to help boost your Moshling’s Level, Mood, Health and Happiness.
  • EXPLORE THE WORLD: Explore all new areas of Monstro City including Buster’s Baby Care, the Gloramatorium and Raaghly’s Stararcade.
  • UNLOCK MOSHI REWARDS: Unlock ULTRA RARE Moshi Monsters rewards including achievements, trophies and super secret items to be unlocked within MoshiMonsters.com
  • The world’s fastest growing children’s brand now on Nintendo DS!

Giveaway, Video Games for Girls, Activision Game Summit, ChicagoLalaloopsy 

Lalaloopsy is a single player Simulation game for the Nintendo DS that is based on the Lalaloopsy toy doll product line. Lalaloopsy is designed for young girls, focusing on players’ curiosity, love of friends, and passion for crafts to introduce them to a fun and exciting world where friendly rag dolls come to life. The game features 12 playable rag doll characters each with their own personality, easy to master DS touch controls and a variety of crafts and activities.

  • Sew Cute on your Nintendo DS
  • With your love and a little bit of imagination, the Lalaloopsy magic can go on forever
  • Each doll has her own personality that comes from the fabric used to make them
  • Join Mittens Fluff ‘N’ Stuff, Tippy Tumblelina, Crumbs Sugar Cookie and more in the magical Lalaloopsy Land
  • Enjoy friends, silliness and fun as your child makes cookies, grows flowers and more and then shares with their Lalaloopsy friends
  • 12 Lalaloopsy doll friends to choose from
  • Easy to master DS stylus touch controls and clear on-screen directions

Activision Games for Girls Summit, Chicago, GiveawayZoobles Spring to Life Immerse yourself in the wonderful world of Zoobles! Adopt a loveable Zooble companion and watch it Spring to Life before your eyes!

Zoobles! Spring to Life features:

  • Play as 18 adorable Zoobles. Which one will be your new best friend?
  • Explore 6 whimsical worlds: Petagonia, Azoozia, Chillville, Petal Point, Jungleoplis and Pinegrove while meeting over 40 new Zooble friends!
  • Form a bond with your new best friend by nurturing, petting, grooming and putting your Zooble to bed.
  • Earn Zoints to unlock over 120 décor and accessory items to embellish your Happitat and help your Zooble look fabulous!

How would you like a chance to win all of the games listed above  for yourself?

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Author: Jen Fredrick
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Honestly, I don’t have an actual limit for screen time. We turn it off when it’s been enough. But I am one that has always had the tv on all the time, even if only for background noise. Many times it will be on but the kids are playing with something else.

One of my lucky readers will win a Games for Girls prize pack featuring: Squinkies 2, Zhu Zhu Babies, Moshi Monsters Moshling Zoo, Lalaloopsy, and Zoobles Spring to Life games for the Nintendo DS. 

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Tell me how much screen time your child is allowed to have and how you monitor it. (Or if you have no children, let me know what your favorite video game was growing up.)

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Note: I received a coupon for free product of my own to review in exchange for my honest opinions. All opinions are my own. 

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About Paula

Paula Krueger considers herself a “baby “chef, not because she cooks for babies, but because she’s still learning how to cook. She started this blog after taking Wilton method classes and at that point was more interested in baking. She’s since become more interested in learning to cook as her family has grown. She also covers product reviews and travel as well.

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  1. marilyn crider says:

    I limit screen time to 2 hours or less per day. I basically tell my son that he can play ipad until x time, and he monitors that himself. With tv, I tell him how many shows he’s allowed, 1 if it’s longer, 2 if it’s a short 30 min show, etc.

  2. I limit my children’s time to 2-half hour at different times a day. They can choose between playing on the computer or video game or watching a “junk” show.

    Since I home school my kids there are times when we use the computer and/or the tv for learning. Their favorite channel is the history channel.

    As a child I didn’t play video games.

  3. Jen Fredrick says:

    Honestly, I don’t have an actual limit for screen time. We turn it off when it’s been enough. But I am one that has always had the tv on all the time, even if only for background noise. Many times it will be on but the kids are playing with something else.

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  7. Jennifer C says:

    I don’t have to monitor my kids screen time. They probably only spend a couple hours per week on their DS or computer playing games.

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  10. We have parental controls on the kids’ laptops that don’t allow them to log on until they get home from school (this prevents early morning activity.) Then, they get two hours which is again monitored by a browser that we’ve loaded pages onto. As for tv, they know what they are allowed to watch and are good about following the rules. We preview new shows together and decide if they are appropriate. So far, it’s been a good system!

  11. I actually don’t limit screen time right now since it isn’t a problem. Now TV is another thing. I limit it to 1-2 hours a day.

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  14. Our daughter is getting a 3DS for Christmas and we’ll be monitoring her game time with 1 hour of play a day on it. I’m also going to see if it has parental controls so I can set time limits on it.
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  17. Deanna Swartwood says:

    My daughter is 5. I do not limit the screen time on the Computer because she is learning different languages and playing, for the most part, educational games. She has even learned to read better by playing certain games and is usually never on it more than an hour. She has a DSI that we play together (taking turns–we are working on it) she generally plays when we travel, are at a hotel or in a restaurant.

  18. tiffany tellerday says:

    i dont have kids but my fav game is super mario sunshine

  19. She gets 2 hours of screen time per day but 1 of those hours is TV. I am usually in the room with her while shes on the computer and/or watching tv so I guess that’s how I monitor.

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  22. I am also one who tends to have the TV on throughout the day, just for background. Many times the kids will only sit and watch for a show or two – and I’m stricter about it during the week. No video or computer games at all, and they do get about an hour of ‘kid shows’ (PBS kids or Nick Jr) after school to chill out. The weekend it s much more flexible – but generally my husband monopolizes the tv with his video games, so the kids are on their own to find something else to do!

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  26. They’re allowed an hour a day and we use a timer, thanks!

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  30. Richard Breidenbach says:

    One hour and buy being in the same room as them

  31. linda brooks says:

    I let my kids play as long as they want.

  32. I never really had to monitor my kids. They all had their homework done and managed to balance school, video games and activitivies.
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  34. Leila Bona says:

    My daughter can have about 30 minutes of screen time during the weekday and maybe an hour during the weekend. Grant it all of her homework and chores are finished!!
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  35. Between homework and activities, we had no real formalized schedule. The younger kids had activities and schedules that kept them from focusing on games to excess. As they grew older, it became more of a group thing with friends

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  38. We usually don’t limit screen time formally, but I do try my best to make sure they get outside time before screen time. We don’t come straight in from the bus stop. We play in the front yard.

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  41. Stephanie Hirsch says:

    I don’t let the kids play their DS’ on the weekdays, but on the weekends, whenever we are going somewhere, or if they don’t have anything else to do, they are free to play their games. During the week, we are usually just too busy with homework and school, so that’s how we can monitor it.

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  45. Beth Marhefka says:

    My son is actually an adult but has a disability so I still monitor his tv time, maybe a few hours a day-he is an adult after all, but not just limitless.

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  48. My children are grown. This really ages me, but my favorite video game was pacman.
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  50. Sharon Schoepe says:

    My kids are allowed 1 hour of screen time a day during the week and 2 hours a day on the weekends. It’s easy for us to monitor because the tv, computers and video game systems are all in the living room.

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  54. Adrienne gordon says:

    an hour per day, we keep the electronics in the family room to monitor them.

  55. Carrie Phelps says:

    My grandchildren are addicted to technology but are limited to about an hour each per day. My oldest, the four year old, has fits he can’t be on any of this longer!
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  59. I let my daughter daughter play video games for a maximum of 60 minutes during week days. On the weekends I let her play as much as she wants

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  60. my daughter lets my grandkids about one hour a day

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  62. Marcia Goss says:

    My granddaughter is allowed to play video games after she does her homework, usually for no more than one hour.

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  64. Marcia Goss says:
  65. Older kids: 1 hour per day, typically, with 2 hours on Sat &Sun. Younger kids get less…I really just judge based on what other activities are available & how often they’ve played lately.
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  66. Rebecca Graham says:

    My grandson is allowed 1 hr per day.

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  69. My son gets zero screen time as he is only 11 months old.

  70. Jack Palmer says:

    My child is allowed 1 hour of screen time if they keep their grades up.

  71. My daughter is going to be getting a DS for her birthday, so I’m not really sure how much game time/screen time will be allowed. My policy for computer/video games is always as long as your homework is done and your room is clean…Both of my kids LOVE technology, and I love educational games. Unfortunately for my daughter, she is used to playing all of her brothers games, so she would FREAK to be able to play these games because it has some of her favorite characters/brands. Thanks for the entry!
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  74. Jessica Anderson says:

    My daughter is allowed an hour on weekdays, as long as everything is done that needs to be done. Weekends are negotiated based on how the week has gone.

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  78. My children are grown too but one of my favorite games was Zelda!

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  81. My daughters get about 45 min of screen time per day!

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  85. Kimberly B. says:

    They are allowed one hour of screen time a day, except 2 hours on Saturday. We have a timer set to monitor.

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  89. My daughter is allowed about 2 hours of screen time, but it’s mostly educational DVD’s or computer games, Dad or mom are always with her for monitoring and teaching her.

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  91. crystle tellerday says:

    Mario brothers

  92. susan varney says:

    we have no more than 1 hour . easy on easy off thats it mverno@roadrunner.com

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  94. Sharon Schoepe says:
  95. I used to love play a Smurfs game on Nintendo.

  96. Pauline Milner says:

    Our kids are allowed one hour of game play per day. I really do not have to monitor them because they are great at following the rules.

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  102. I allow my son 2 hours a day. He can choose games, or TV, or computer time. Always supervised.

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  106. I allow my daughter 2 hours a day. She gets to decide between a movie or her ds. An hour before school and an hour after.
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  108. 2 hours and that’s it

  109. My favorite video game was Zelda!

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  112. A few hours a week.

  113. My daughter is allowed about one hour a day on weekdays (if she is finished with homework) and two or three on weekends. The computer is in theliving room so I can keep an eye on her.
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  118. My daughter is allowed an hour or so on weekdays when she has school. Weekends she can have a few hours a day. A lot times, we as a family play games together for a few hours.

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  122. My kids are allowed an hour a day between computer games, the ds and the Wii. They only play about three times a week though.

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  124. I let them have 1-2 hours if homework is done.
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  126. Our daughter is allowed around 3 hours a day. We have the controller and she can make requests but we ultimately pull the plug when needed.

  127. Jill Myrick says:

    After their homework is done they are allowed to play till dinner time which is about two hours. On the weekend I am a little more lenient as long as their jobs around the house are finished.

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  130. My niece plays her DS mostly in the car…while doing errands, on trips, etc….She actually left it laying in the seat while her and my sister went into a store, came out and someone had busted the window out to steal it! Santa is bringing her a new one this year!

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  132. i allow an hour a day during the school week..a little more on weekends
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  133. Amanda Starr says:

    Don’t really have a time frame since it depends on the day and what we are doing, like this month has been lots of Christmas movies and shows playing but a lot of the time it ends up more festive background 🙂

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  137. tracey byram says:

    I always liked Dr. Mario. I played that game so much that I dreamed about falling pills.

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  140. I let my children have a hour a day for video games. They are allowed to play after dinner and it has to be in the living room so that I can moniter what is going on.

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  142. Susan Smith says:

    I let them go online 2 hours a day after they do their homework

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  146. I liked Mario growing up

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  148. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    I use to love Atari yep that old BERZERK was the favorite back then
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  151. He can have 2 hrs a day

  152. The boys get a couple hours of tv/game time and I monitor it because its in the living room
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    My kiddos only get a half an hour of screen time 🙂

  156. Pac man was my favorite growing up. Thanks.

  157. tracey johnson says:

    they are allowed 1 hour on school night and 2 on the other

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  159. Tiffany Hearn says:

    My kids each get 30 minutes of computer time and 30 minutes video game time per day (on off school days) and an hour Tv time. Thanks for the giveaway! My three daughters would love thiese games!

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  162. Heather Meicher says:

    My children watch television an hour and half max per weekday, 2 hours weekends. Most days they don’t watch television at all because they prefer other activities.

  163. My kids are allowed 30 minutes on school nights and 1 hour per day on the weekends. They have their pick of games that I’ve already reviewed for them so I don’t worry about the games they play on their Wii or DS!

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  165. Angela Cisco says:

    We do not really give them a time limit, they just have to get off when asked or they are not allowed to have it again.

  166. ReggieMann says:

    My favorite video game was growing up was Frogger

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  167. I loved Super Mario Brother 3 growing up.
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    im pretty flexible as long as homework and chores are done

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  173. Kerrie Mayans says:

    My kids get 1 to 2 hours depending on how many chores they have done and how much homework they have.

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  177. April Grimm says:

    We allow 30 minutes a day 3-5 days per week, if they have good behavior.

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  182. Kendra Gillilan says:

    1-2 hours, they are good about not doing too much
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  184. Angela Winesburg says:

    An hour a day

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  187. Angela Winesburg says:

    Following you via Twitter (@Hotsnotty2), Thanks!

  188. We allow them around 2 hrs a day and I keep a mental tab on the clock

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  193. I monitor my children by being in the room with them while they’re playing games. My children are allowed 1 hour screen time a day.

  194. like you on FB (Annette E)

  195. my favorite game was ms pacman

  196. like u on fb – re morgan

  197. twitter follower @cabbie413

  198. James Coyne says:

    I loved donkey kong

  199. James Coyne says:

    i like you on facebook

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  201. I allow an hour on schooldays after home work and 1 1/2 hours on the weekend. I monitor by only allowing age approiate games to be had and monitoring how long they are playing

  202. Barbara Long says:

    My favorite game growing up was Asteroids.

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  203. Shirley Pebbles says:

    My favorite video game growing up was pole position on atari

  204. Shirley Pebbles says:

    like u on fb as shirley greenawalt zolenski

  205. Shirley Pebbles says:

    follow u on twitter as daveshir2005

  206. Shirley Pebbles says:
  207. My favorite was Super Mario Brothers 3.

  208. My daughter doesn’t watch much TV. I’d say an hour or less a day. She is like me when I was a child and prefers to play dolls

  209. Follow you on Facebook (Jessica K)
    Sorry I left out how I monitor it- I really don’t have to with her bc she prefers to do other things than watch TV.

  210. Twitter Follower as Macmomof3

  211. I try to limit it to more than and hour. I watch the clock.

  212. I like you on FB.(Donna Kozar)

  213. I follow you on twitter.(@donnak4)

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