Once your child has chosen a cadet name (from computer generated options) they can go to Tiny Planets home, which is the central location to get to all of the Tiny Planets' regions.
- My Tiny Planets - Here the kids can create their own planet, choosing it's atmosphere, surface and terrain. They can also grow plants in their biodome. You can also play mini-games, recycle, collect rainwater and help keep other planets clean.
- Tiny Planets Labs -This sub site is where kids can go to test out future games for Tiny Planets.
- Tiny Planets Books - This is a collection of story adventures of Tiny Planet's Characters Bing and Bob. It would be a fun place to read to little ones or let beginning readers go through themselves.
- Tiny Planets Fun - This region is packed with educational games and puzzles.
- Tiny Planets Learning - Here you will find lesson plans to help little ones learn their letters and numbers.
- Tiny Planets Blog - Here are updates to the Tiny Planets' sites plus great articles for parents and cadets alike.
This is a free website, but some of the games, books and activities require keys, although not a lot of them. Keys can be purchased for $1.95 for 10 keys.
Isabel enjoyed this, but said she would recommend it more for children a little bit younger than her (11 years).
*Disclaimer* I received this free of charge from the vendor in exchange for my review.