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10.29.2014

Watch Your Child's Imagination Grow With These Great Ideas.

Magical events take place when you, as a parent, encourage your child's imagination to grow. Of course, imaginative play really takes leaps and bounds when a child is allowed to independently engage in creative thinking. A child who has a well-developed imagination tends to eventually become a confident, successful adult who has an inventive mind. Let your child's imagination grow with these three great playtime ideas.
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A Fairy Door
Not all doors are as they seem. During imaginative playtime, a young child will see a fairy door as more than an apparatus that opens and closes. A fairy door along with fairy door accessories, such as vibrant backgrounds, create a small gateway where fairies come through to visit. With a fairy door in her bedroom or play area, there is no limit to the places your child's imagination will go.
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An Elf Door
Fairies are not the only magical beings who enter through a tiny door. A little boy who has a big imagination will see endless playtime possibilities with an elf door in his room. An elf door is the ideal alternative for boys who want a similar experience as a fairy door gives a girl.
Photo credit: Mini Land.
A Roombox
The careful attention to detail given to a roombox makes this play item more than simply a small showcase. A carefully crafted roombox brings a certain realism to any child's inventive ideas. And with made-to-scale furniture and food items, a roombox becomes a world all of its own.

The imagination of young boys and girls is a marvelous gift. It is unfortunate that as children grow, their imaginations tend to become stifled. Therefore, parents should take every given opportunity to nurture their child's creative mind. Visit http://openingfairydoors.com.au/ to see all of the roomboxes, food and furniture, elf and fairy doors and other accessories available at Opening Fairy Doors. 

11 replies:

Jonalyn Quita said...

i remember about a blogspot that will be in my blog soon because of your blogpost :) thanks!

Gellie Abogado said...

I would love to have a fairy door in my room. Haha! And if I'd have a daughter (ayyiiee, kelan kaya? hehe) I'd definitely fill up her room with dolls and fairy doors din and anything princess-y :D


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Rebecca Swenor said...

I think it is so important to bring out the creativity in our children. I love the idea of the doors and the roomboxes. I will have to share this with my sister and niece. Thanks for sharing.

Angie B said...

I saw the cutest fairy doors on etsy one time and I really wanted one for myself lol. Your post reminded me

Lalia Frolick said...

I'm familiar with room boxes, but I've never heard of the fairy doors! I wonder if that's a newer idea. SO cute! I love the design of both doors. Now I want to do this!!!

Lame Shrill Owl said...

My daughter and I have made pottery fairy doors. They were so fun to make together!

Christy Garrett said...

These are super cute. I haven't seen a fairy door in person but it would be fun to let my kids imagination run wild. Of course, they might think it's a mouse door like on the cartoons.

Kero said...

I'd love a fairy door to keep that little girl in me curious and full of energy!

ReviewsSheROTE Pamela R said...

Making the roombox would be quite fun!! SO CREATIVE

mail4rosey said...

So cute! I'd love to have a fairy door in the garden!!

Sharon Ruggieri said...

Oh my gosh! The roombox totally reminds me of my childhood when I played with my grandma's doll house! I want to make one for my daughter!