Toy Buzz: Dress-Up Dresses by Enchantimals

Our next installment of Toy Buzz highlights a really important aspect of childhood development – imagination development!

I have fond memories of dressing up as a little girl and my gran was always a big advocate for encouraging creativity and allowing us to dress up in all her many ‘hidden treasures’.

Enchantimals have released their own dress-up range in South Africa and girls can now enjoy these fun character dresses and enjoy being Patter Peacock or Felicity Fox and enjoy playing in their own imaginary world!

Parent Review

“My daughter immediately loved this outfit. She was quickly transported into a world of imagination where she was the peacock and I was the Peacock mother! These outfits are really great for little ones to make up their own games and can also be used as special ‘dance’ and princess outfits too. ” – Mom of 3

Teacher Review

“These dresses are a lovely addition to any dress-up corner. They are easy to put on and allow the children to stretch their imaginations” – Pre-school teacher

Kid Review

“This dress is really pretty and so I like it” – Ava*, age 5

Childhood development skills

Creativity, imagination and role-playing.

Extension Tips

  • Let your child come up with some imaginary games like pretending to be that animal.
  • Make a home, den or nest.
  • Pretend you live in a landscape filled with anything you can imagine!

Toy Buzz

Brand: Enchantimals

Recommended age: Most suited to ages 3 – 8 years who enjoy dressing-up and pretend fantasy play.

Perfect choice for: Those that like enjoy fantasy play.

Price: R399-00 for a dress and mask set.

Stockists: Toys R Us

 

*Names changed to protect privacy

Emma Reid
Emma Reid

Emma is a mom of three (8, 4 and 2 months). She is an educationalist and holds a Bachelor Degree in English, Media & Writing and Film. She is also a qualified Primary School Teacher. She has a keen interest in curriculum and content development especially for child related fields. Currently she spends her days as lead creative and Cape Town City Director for Adventure Clubs. In this role she plans and creates unique experiences for families with young children. With many years of teaching children, and advising parents, she is passionate about childhood development and education - of kids and parents. Her hobbies include photography, reading, travel and spending time in the outdoors with her family and relaxing either in or near the surf!

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