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Dress Chica

By Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

PBS Kids Sprout dress-up game is safe fun for children.

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A free game based on the The Sunny Side Up Show on PBS Kids Spout, DRESS CHICA has preschoolers dressing the program's cute little chicken using a variety of outfits and accessories, including sailor tops and hats, masks of animal mouths, butterfly nets, and more. Kids can then shake the device to make Chica's expression change to their liking. Once finished, adults can help kids send the picture via email to a friend or family member, adding a short message such as "I made this for you!" prerecorded by the show's host, Kelly. It doesn't sound like a lot, but our preschool tester spent more than half an hour dressing Chica and laughing at the results. She definitely gives it both thumb-ups.

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