Celebrate Your Child’s Self-Expression This Halloween
Halloween inspires kids to exercise their creativity and imagination. Encourage your kiddo to explore different identities in the safe environment this holiday provides. After all, on October 31st, everyone is pretending to be someone (or something) they’re not!
Things that go bump in the night
Zombie, vampire, monster
Your child may have chosen a scary creature in order to confront their own fears. Spooky costumes can help your kiddo gain more confidence for the next time they’re confronted with something that seems frightening at first glance.
How to Catch Your MonsterYour young ninja heads into the closet to meet the monster that’s been keeping them awake all night, only to find out that the creature in the closet might not be scary after all. Using robots, lava pie, and a slew of wacky traps, your little one will find out that catching monsters is as tricky as it is fun.
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The glamorous and graceful
Ballerina, princess, fairy
These figures are poised, elegant, and in some cases magical: it’s no wonder your little one admires them! When your child puts on a tutu, wears a crown, or sports a pair of wings, they aren’t just pretending; they’re practicing being an artist, a leader, and a helper.We recommend...
Ready for action
Super hero, fire fighter, police officer
If your little one is zooming around your neighborhood wearing a cape or a badge, they’re channeling the hero within. This type of imaginative play encourages kids to think like a hero, helping others and doing good deeds.