How to grow a Sims 4 toddler.
Players just need to buy a cake with a few candles on it, pull their child nearby and let him blow out the candles, blowing once is a year, buying a few more cakes will equate to being able to grow up fast is a baby.
Sims 4 child growth cycle.
Babies generally grow in three to five days, as long as the player doesn't do anything to them, but you can't see the age of the baby when it grows, so keep an eye on the game to keep track of the time. Children need careful care in order to grow up healthy, daily care are the following.
1: When a baby cries, see if he or she is hungry, and if so, feed him or her. There are two types of feeding: breastfeeding and bottle-feeding.
2: If the baby wets, change the nappy promptly.
3: If you are crying because you are not with your baby, you need to interact with the pram. There are various types of interaction: rocking the pram, cuddling, talking, making faces, etc. If you have more than one member of the family, you can place the pram in the living room and the family members nearby will automatically go and look after the baby when they hear it crying.
If you are tired of caring for your baby, you can choose to let him age and grow into a child immediately. If left to grow on his own, he can become a child in about 3 days and sell the useless pram in building mode.
Sims 4 child education tips
The first thing to do when entering childhood is to set him an ambition and a personal trait. Unlike the youth and adult stages, the Childhood period is only 13 days long. Children's ambitions and skills are unique to this period and are temporary; they cannot be enhanced using adult props.
Children have only four skills: creative, mental, social and motor, and they disappear as they grow into adolescence, but these skills have an extremely positive effect on later growth.
If one skill is particularly good as a child, it will be faster and less time consuming to learn the related skill again as a teenager. For example, a child with particularly good creative skills will be able to practise artistic skills such as drawing, music and writing particularly quickly in the future.
When entering childhood, a children's room needs to be set up for him to rest and improve his skills. For example, a play table and easel for creative skills, a science table and backgammon for mental skills, or a dollhouse and dolls for social skills.
It is important to keep your child in a good mood before going to school in order to get a good performance at school. When you go to school, there are two icons on your child's portrait and by clicking on the two little people icon above you can give your child instructions: leave early, make friends, study hard, be lazy and be average.
Choosing 'study hard' will increase school performance and reduce the need for recreation.
Choosing 'Lazy' will reduce school performance and increase the need for recreation.
Choosing 'making friends' will reduce school performance and increase social needs.
The other choices have no impact on the child.
In the career menu of childhood, school is the only career pursuit for the child. While good moods and performance can increase ratings, if homework is not completed every day, the rating will remain at a 'C' grade, so daily homework is a must. For primary school children, you can put homework on your to-do list and click on 'do your homework'.