This is just a quick post to tell you about preteens.
How do I create a preteen?
To be able to age a toddler into a preteen you need to have completed thepreparing for preteens quest
You will then be able to bake a birthday cake on a stove which takes a day and costs 5LPs. Once the birthday cake is made click on it and then you can click on your toddler and select the option to have birthday, they will then age into a preteen. This post explains in more detail birthday cake ageing
If you have completed the life dreams and legacies quest then you no longer need to bake birthday cakes, they will age automatically.
What is next?
They will probably look strange so take them to a wardrobe to change their hair and clothes.
How do I look after them?
Needs– preteens can look after themselves without an adult to help using the items below to increase their needs:
Energy- bed, chair, coffee machine
Hygiene- bath, shower
Social- talking to another sim, phone
Fun- lots of things including tv, computer and trampoline!
If you click on the preteen you will see the option to have birthday, only use this when you want to age them.
What hobbies can a preteen do?
What school do preteens go to?
Simtown elementary- once built you need to enrol them the same way you give an adult a job, use the preteen study desk to increase a preteens grade faster.
Pros: Can look after themselves without help from adults, have lots of hobbies to choose from.
Cons: They don’t make a lot of money apart from going to school and finding new collectibles in hobbies.
It would be great if they could plant or bake to make money too!
Preteens can interact with toddlers, teens, adults and seniors, they cannot interact with babies. Read the Relationships post for more details.
I hope this helps!
Thanks for reading!
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The Sims series springs eternal, especially with the new Fitness Stuff Pack released on June 20 for the Sims 4. If you're taking a break from vampires and cheatcodes, you might be completing quests in the mobile version of the game, Sims Freeplay. Quests in Freeplay can be a little involved, but are essential for unlocking new items and new activities.
If you're having trouble with "Love Is in the Air," we're here to help by walking you through the steps it requires.
Sims Freeplay guide: How to unlock "Love Is in the Air"
According to The Girl Who Games blog, unlocking "Love Is in the Air" will require you to finish the preceding quests, according to an FAQ at the bottom of the page. You'll also need to be level seven before the quest becomes available as well. Luckily, there are only two quests prior to "Love Is in the Air" — the money-based quests "Bread Winner" and "Money Grows on Trees?" Once you've completed those two quests, you should unlock "Love Is in the Air."
Sims Freeplay guide: how to complete "Love Is in the Air"
Once you've unlocked the quest, you can start working towards completing it. According to the wiki, the quest has 21 discrete steps, so prepare to micromanage a little bit. The steps and how long they take are as follows:
1. Perform "quick rinse," six seconds
2. Have two Sims in one house, N/A
3. Perform "Be romantic," one minute
4. Have a Sim make an espresso, 30 seconds
5. Have a Sim flirt with another Sim, five minutes
6. Form a "budding romance," N/A
7. Have two Sims watch a movie, one hour and 45 minutes
8. Have the two Sims form a "dating relationship," N/A
9. Make a Sim kiss another Sim on the cheek, two seconds
10. Send a Sim home, N/A
11. Have a Sim take a catnap, 27 minutes
12. Have two Sims in the same house, N/A
13. Have a Sim "Be romantic" to another Sim, one minute
14. Have two Sims become partners, N/A
15. Perform the "woo-hoo" action, five minutes
16. Buy two roses, N/A
17. Get engaged, six seconds
18. Have the Sims chat about their engagement on the phone, four hours and 30 minutes
19. Have the two engaged Sims move in together, six seconds
20. Have three Sims in one house, N/A
21. Get married, six seconds
Once you've done that, you should have completed "Love Is in the Air," which will grant you the ability to use the action "woo-hoo" — the Sims' deeply embarrassing euphemism for allowing your Sims to have recreational sex. Complete the quest within two days, and you'll also unlock the "wedding bundle" as well. So get cracking — those wedding bells aren't going to ring themselves.
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