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Dress Up

Small children, both girls and boys love to dress up. Everyone remembers how her daughter put on her jewelry and high-heeled shoes, and paced the room is very pleased with himself? Everyone remembers how his son pull down over one's eyes on a black mother's sweater and scared everyone? Children love to imitate adults, especially copying the outside – clothes, habits, behavior. Costume – the easiest way to become a fairy-tale hero or the hero's favorite cartoon, eg. Oriental Beauty, Fairy, Princess, Witch, Knight, Clown, Musketeer, Ninja, Pirate. Up to 3 years, children love to dress up in costumes of animals at this age they love to talk the language of animals: bow-wow, meow-meow, doodle. If a child goes to nursery group of kindergarten, the costumes or animal costumes butterflies and birds on the matinees will be very handy.

At the age of 4 to 7 years old when the child grows up a bit, the costumes start to play even more important role. This age – time role-playing games, children copy adults profession, dressing up in costume, doctor, or a pirate. At the age of 8 to 11-12 years, the costumes needed for this work – entertainment, theater, studio – that's what interests of the child at this age. In a word, carnival costumes are necessary and important for a child of any age, despite the fact that the characters are chosen different. Adults mistakenly think that costumes are needed for children pleasure. Indeed, children are happily encased in parts of the broken umbrella, depicting the wings of a bat, or turn an ordinary stick, picked up on street magic, turning her cooking foil.