Getting dressed is an important skill for children to learn – but it can be hard for them. You can lay the groundwork when your child is a baby, then help your child learn how to get dressed over the next few years.
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...
Dressing up and imaginative play is an important part of children’s development. Dressing up is essentially role play and role playing has long been a key tool in therapy and psychology. For good reason.
Decking your child out in the latest fancy dress costume can be tricky if you're trying to watch your budget, so why not make it yourself? Find out how to make a fantastic fancy dress outfit at home - and on a budget!
There are many interesting fancy dress ideas you can choose from. Whether it is for a school play or a costume party at home, here is MomJunction’s unique fancy dress ideas list that you can rely on.
A play is not a departure from learning – learning is at the heart of the play. When your little one engages in dress-up play, he represents himself as someone else.
Children throughout the ages have enjoyed dressing up in costumes and engaging in dramatic roleplaying. Whether your child is a dragon, a princess, or a fairy, your child’s brain is going into high gear when she puts on a costume!