6 Best Xbox One Games for Little Kids (2019)

These days video games aren’t just for older kids. In fact, little kids like video games just as much as their older siblings (if not more) because technology continues to advance.

That said, as a parent you might be wondering which Xbox One games are good for your younger children.

Sure, you might understand the video game rating system. But let’s be honest, those ratings don’t always help. Not to mention, you want to make sure your individual child is actually going to like the game they’re playing.

That’s why we’re here to help. Take a look at some of the best Xbox One games in the market for kids that aren’t quite old enough for more mature themes, so they’ll enjoy the gaming accessories and games you buy for them.

1. Kingdom Hearts 3

This mashup between Disney and Square Enix combines Final Fantasy and some of Disney’s most popular characters. Watch as Sora teams up with the likes of Donald Duck, Goofy, King Mickey, and Riku to travel through famous Disney worlds. Along the way, your child will have special encounters with Disney characters and even battle through some of the best Disney attractions in the world.

2. Super Lucky’s Tale

This Xbox One game for little kids features a cute fox named Lucky and his sister, both of which are on a mission to save the Book of Ages from Jinx. Your child will explore a colorful world, meet unique characters, and master light puzzles as they help Lucky save the day.

3. Slime Rancher

If you have little kids, you know how trendy making slime is these days. Because of that, we’re convinced your kiddo will love Slime Rancher. Your kid’s job in this game is to cultivate a slime farm in outer space. Weird right? Well, kids love it.

They get to grow food to care for specific slimes, explore alien sandboxes, discover new slimes to bring back to the farm, and even learn how to make a profit. This lighthearted game is sure to hold the attention of your little ones for hours.

4. Cities: Skylines

Think your child needs something more challenging that managing a slime farm? Then check out Cities: Skylines.

Designed as a non-violent game that all ages can enjoy, this game is perhaps a little elevated for the tiny tikes. That said, it offers kids a way to learn about constructing a dream city, managing citizen happiness, and caring for city facilities, sewage, and electricity. Giving your kids a relaxing way to pass the time, play the video games they love, and learn a little bit about planning and achieving goals can all be done with this unique Xbox One game.

5. Minecraft

If you haven’t heard about Minecraft, it’s time you did. Created as a virtual Lego land, Minecraft takes things a little further by:

  • Letting kids explore different landscapes
  • Learn about team play and cooperation
  • Figure out how to survive in a life-like world
  • Expand their creativity in the passive mode

This game is appropriate for all ages. But be sure to look into getting the best Xbox headset you can find so that they can join a growing community of Minecraft gamers and chat with their friends while they play. Chances are their friends are already playing it.


6. Just Dance 2019

Just Dance has been a household name for a long time. What first started out as a Wii game has made its way into the living rooms of people with kids of all ages that use an Xbox One. And the best part is, it not only entertains children thanks to its funky choreography, it gives parents a guilt-free way to let their kids play videos games – because it’s physical too.

And that’s it! 6 amazing and kid-friendly Xbox One games suitable for even the tiniest of humans that want in on the gaming world.

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