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Hidden Valley Veggie Adventure Games

Is it bad when mom gets addicted to playing a kids game online?  If so, make sure your kids check out the Hidden Valley Veggie Adventure Games when you aren’t around. I found once you start playing, well you can’t stop until you play all 3 games! These games teach your kids to love and eat their veggies. I had Madison (who is 5) try these out, and she gave them 2 thumbs up. Actually, she said “sweet” and “awesome” a lot while she was playing. That is always a good sign. Veggie Adventures is a three-part vegetable adventure that begins with growing vegetables on the farm and ends with serving and sharing vegetables with friends. The games are easy to play, so you won’t have the normal frustration little ones can have when the game is too advanced. You also learn great tips and vegetable facts. At the end of each stage, players receive a printable certificate to commemorate their success.

Over 60% of parents play games online with their children and Veggie Adventures is one you should definitely check out with them.

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4 thoughts on “Hidden Valley Veggie Adventure Games”

  1. 🙂 This game is really fun to play.. I think 60 percent of parents play computer games with their kids, the makers of Hidden Valley Veggie Adventures will be yet another tool for moms to utilize to expand their young children appreciation for vegetables…

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