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The Sims 4 toddler cheats: How to max out skills

If only parenting was this easy.

While parents in real life love their kids and would do anything for them, there is no question that parenting has its challenging moments. Teaching a growing human to make and adapt skills is a long, arduous process. Things are much easier in the household simulation game The Sims 4, but there are still moments when taking care of a toddler can aggravate. If you wish your Sims’ toddler would progress faster, here are some The Sims 4 cheat codes to help max out their skills.

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The Sims 4 cheat codes for maxing out toddler skills

Before entering any of the below cheat codes, you will need to open the command console in-game. On PC, press CTRL, Shift, and C simultaneously and type in testingcheats true to enable cheats. On PlayStation or Xbox, press all four shoulder buttons simultaneously and also input testingcheats true.

There are five total skills for toddlers in The Sims 4. They are:

  • Communication
  • Imagination
  • Movement
  • Potty
  • Thinking

While you can work with them in-game to get better at all these areas, it is much simpler and faster to input a code that automatically puts them at max level in each area. First, select the toddler to which you want to apply the skillset and open the console command. When you have the typing box ready, input one of the following lengthy cheat codes.

  • stats.set_skill_level statistic_skill_toddler_communication 5
  • stats.set_skill_level statistic_skill_toddler_imagination 5
  • stats.set_skill_level statistic_skill_toddler_movement 5
  • stats.set_skill_level statistic_skill_toddler_potty 3
  • stats.set_skill_level statistic_skill_toddler_thinking 5

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Notice that the Potty skill only maxes out at level three. Also, you cannot apply multiple skills at the same time to a toddler, so be sure to get comfortable typing out these long codes. Once you learn the basic format for them, it is just a matter of switching out the final word for the proper skill.

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