All Little Girls Like to Play Dress Up With Jewelry - Children Want To Express Their Imagination
Letting children express their imagination, whether it be playing in the yard, drawing on paper, or even playing dress up, is very beneficial to their health and your sanity as a parent. Playing dress up and using girls jewelry, shoes or costumes is helping your child’s brain development in many different ways.
Playing Dress up and imagination are so important in our children's lives
We as adults go to work every day. A child’s job, or work, is to play every day. There are so many different reasons why playing dress up and imagination is so vital to our children’s lives and below we will list a few of the most important reasons.
Brain Building - Dress up engages your child’s brain and memory. Get your toddler a jewelry set and watch them transform into a beautiful princess.
Vocabulary building - This allows your child to say what they are thinking and allowing them to speak for the character in which they are portraying.
Empathy - When your child is engaged in role-playings, such as being a doctor working with a patient or a firefighter fighting a fire, this helps them understand the role that they are acting out which in turns teaches them empathy.
Imitation - Children are naturally imitative creatures. When they see Mommy dress up with her jewelry set, your child will want to imitate you and put on her very own little girl's jewelry set. You know that beautiful pearl necklace you put on before date night? Your little girl is watching you from the doorway and will want to put on her necklace for toddler girls too.
Socializing- Children figure out how to negotiate as they figure out the storyline and how to share their belongings.
Imagination - Children’s minds are limitless when it comes to creativity. It’s believed that early childhood imagination play is the key to creative thinking later in life.
Dressing up in costumes and children's jewelry allows the children to expand their imagination. As a matter of fact, children seek this out naturally, all by themselves.
Your daughter may get into your closet and put on a pair of your heels, or your son may take out Daddy’s sailor hat and walk around the house saluting everybody.
It is all part of growing up, learning, and helping their brains develop.
Dress up "Must Haves" that don’t have to break the bank
Here we are going to list a few items that are “must-haves” for any child to play dress up and expand their imaginations.
Leftover fabric - Yep! Leftover fabric is one the most inexpensive must-haves for any child. Your son can use it for a cape. Your daughter can tie it around her waist as a skirt.
Hats, gloves, and scarves - Depending on what time of year it is, you can find any of these items at your local thrift store. The girls love playing with hats and scarves! And little boys, well they don’t want to get their hands dirty while “working.”
Shoes - Who doesn’t like to try on different shoes, right? If the little lady boss is going into the office, she will need a pair of heels. If your son is headed to “work” in the yard, he surely needs a pair of work boots.
Jewelry - Children like to “bling” just like us adults do. It’s impressive what costume jewelry can do to put the final touches on any outfit a little girl decides to wear. You can get your kids jewelry for girls right here.
Hula girl costume - Grass skirts that go right over their shorts or pants and a colorful lei to help your little girl shine. You can buy that here.
We want to help you let your child’s imagination grow and not have to spend a fortune on expensive pre-made costumes. With our cute and colorful different jewelry sets, they can use their imagination to go and grow anywhere they want.