Paducah, KY, August 31, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The site is a brand new avatar game dedicated to teaching kids as young as age two about the importance of being responsible. Parents register their children for an account where they can play games, read stories, and set up "virtual chores" for them to perform. When the children perform a chore they earn coins for their piggy bank and can use those coins to purchase virtual goods, or they can print out a check and have their parents cash it in for real money. Dave Pace, President of Kidzchores, Inc. says, “KidzChores.com is a fun way for families to interact with each other online and help teach their kids about being responsible and learn the value of saving money for something they want.” Kidzchores will soon be releasing "Choresville" which is a virtual world where kids can talk with each other via fixed text and buy goods for their room and character.
The Beta version of the site officially launched on August 15, 2009 and users can register for a Free 15-day trial to test out the game. Users can also choose to become a “Beta Tester” for a $ 10.00 fee, which includes a one-year full membership to the site.