Website review by
Lucy Maher, Common Sense Media
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Mattel hub for toy-obsessed girls; product-soaked.

Parents say

age 12+
Based on 3 reviews

Kids say

age 10+
Based on 7 reviews

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Positive Messages

Oh my god...this site promotes shopping and fashion.

Violence & Scariness
Sexy Stuff

It's obvious this site is run by Mattel. On every page there's a link to shopping pages and things to buy.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that while this site provides fun games for younger girls about fashion and such, it's run by Mattel and there are plenty of areas for product promotion. On every page there's a link to shopping pages and things to buy. Let your kids log on, and you can bet you'll be hit up for a Barbie or Polly Pocket doll.

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Parent of a 6-year-old Written byblomkerjacob December 18, 2019


I really would like this website
Parent of a 2-year-old Written by[email protected] December 12, 2019
Teen, 13 years old Written byDancerForever August 2, 2013

Fun, creative website!

This is great for children who love Barbie and Polly Pocket. Girls will get a blast out of designing fun outfits and playing cooking games on this site. Beware,... Continue reading
Teen, 16 years old Written bysabrina 515526 April 18, 2009

the everything girls

i want to play on the everything girl games

What's it about?

Log on to EVERYTHINGGIRL.COM and enter a pink-and-purple-splashed world inhabited by dolls of every shape and size.

Pippa, a Tinkerbell-like fairy, plays host. She guides users through various sites, including Barbie and My Scene, where kids will find games allowing them to design fingernails, make over rooms, and create clothing looks. On Polly Pocket, tweens and younger kids can garden with a virtual version of the popular doll or tour her \"glamour mansion.\" Kids can create their own tee-shirt iron-on to print out at Pixel Chix. On TeenTrends, users can design the cover and pages of a magazine.

Is it any good?

It's clear this site is managed by Mattel. That's because there are countless areas where products -- from Barbie dolls and accessories to user-designed Polly Pocket tee-shirts -- can be bought.

That said, if parents are willing to overlook the material goods splashed on every page, the site does offer fun, interactive games sure to delight not-yet-tween girls.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about playing with dolls. What does interacting with dolls teach girls? Why is this typically the domain of girls?

Website details

  • Genre: Brand Sites
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: August 25, 2016

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