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Anyone have an XBox One "S" and kids?

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What I am wondering is, what games are good for 1st and 2nd graders? In a previous post, I mentioned how science has shown that having kids play games can help them gain eye-hand coordination, problem-solving skills, etc. So, any games you would suggest? I am looking into saving $$$ and giving each family an XBox One S for Christmas. I am not about to buy them Assassin's Creed or Grand Theft Auto, that MAY be for their parents (my sister and brother). My wife and I enjoy the Lego games (Harry Potter, Incredibles, Batman, etc), but I feel like that might be a little above their age range.
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What I am wondering is, what games are good for 1st and 2nd graders? In a previous post, I mentioned how science has shown that having kids play games can help them gain eye-hand coordination, problem-solving skills, etc. So, any games you would suggest? I am looking into saving $$$ and giving each family an XBox One S for Christmas. I am not about to buy them Assassin's Creed or Grand Theft Auto, that MAY be for their parents (my sister and brother). My wife and I enjoy the Lego games (Harry Potter, Incredibles, Batman, etc), but I feel like that might be a little above their age range.
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I think your best option would be to buy them XBOX Game Pass for a period of time (say 3-12 months). They have a number of good kids games, my 6 year old likes:

- Minecraft
- Disneyland
- Pixar Rush

They have those and lots of other family games.

If they set up parental controls properly it will restrict content above the level that is set by the parent -- so that way even if it's available on Game Pass they won't be able to do anything with it.
 
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