Bigger isn’t always better. Introducing The Sims™ 4 Tiny Living Stuff Pack! This pack gives games the ability to create the tiny home of their dream. There are several new build/buy items that will help players maximize tiny living. From combined media consoles to murphy beds, your Sims can fit all their household necessities in 32 square feet or less!
With the addition of the new lot type depending on the square footage of the house Sims can unlock added bonuses that benefit your sims. Using these bonuses, the player can double relationship gains and losses, develop certain skills faster, save money on bills, and so much more!
The Sims 4: Tiny Living Stuff is an addition to the game The Sims 4. The original game needs to be purchased in order to play this game. It is rated T for Teen due to some crude humor, sexual themes, and violence.
The Sims™ 4 Tiny Living Stuff Pack helps kids practice and improve the following skills:
Organization: Arranging and coordinating materials in order to complete a task.
Tiny Living uses a lot of organizational skills. When trying to arrange all the necessary items needed for a Sim to survive in a tiny home, players need to be able to organize their thoughts as well as the items in their home. Physical and mental organizational skills are used when players attempt to arrange their miniature home to maximize space without the home looking too cluttered.
Flexibility: Adapting and adjusting to changing conditions and expectations.
Players need to have adaptable thinking skills to continue building even when problems arise. For example, if a player has a tiny house they wanted to build but the design goes over the space tile limit, players will have to adapt and change their plans. Players also need to use flexibility when placing items within their home. If the items do not fit in their current arrangement, the player needs to be able to think of new combinations or potentially eliminate certain pieces of furniture completely.
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