Dressing up a restless child, who is full of unlimited energy is a hard task for any parent. And, when the occasion involves a fancy-dress competition, you need to get your creative juices flowing quickly.
Fortunately, the ideas are endless: from superheroes like Superman and Batman to Disney princesses like Cinderella to Rapunzel, from vegetables like carrots and tomatoes to fruits like bananas and watermelons– you can make full use of your imagination to make your little one happy.
What is it about a fancy-dress competition that gets children so excited? Does it benefit your child in any way? Read on to find out the answers to these questions.
The article, Why Fancy Dress Is So Important For Children, published in Revolution Mother, talks about how dressing up your child in fancy dress costumes can benefit their social and emotional development. By letting them use their imagination as a starting point, you can allow them to interact and engage with other children.
Exposure to smartphones, laptops and tablets hampers the imagination of children. Fancy dress competitions can help a child think and use his imagination.
However, dressing up your child in the latest fancy dress costume can prove expensive. Instead, parents can try to make the dress themselves using easy-to-source cheap materials, some free time and a pair of scissors.
Remember, a fancy-dress costume means much more to a child than us. With the right attitude and proper materials, you can create some wonderful fancy dress costumes. Click through the pages of this ClipBook to know more.
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Getting your children into a fancy dress costume can give really benefit their social and emotional development. Using their imagination as a starting point allows them to interact and engage with other children, as well as having the confidence t...
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