I am finding girls oh so much easier to buy for than the tween boy. Here are some of my suggestions for primary school age girls. Erin is hugely into her dolls and Sylvanians which makes life easy, so even though she has just had her Frozen themed birthday I can still find plenty that she will love to play with. Imaginative play is what Erin spends lots of time on, her little bits are scattered around the living room and she animately chats about what they are doing. This is largely fuelled by watching other people on YouTube who play out stories with Disney dolls. Erin collects the Disney dolls and enjoys getting them changed and the princesses all playing together.
Therefore when I was invited to have a look at the new Frozen Elsa’s musical ice castle I knew that Erin would love to receive this on Christmas day. The set costs £49.99 and is available at the Disney Store.
The set comprises of
- Plastic castle playset
- Inspired by Elsa’s ice castle from Frozen
- Hinged design opens to reveal rooms on two levels
- Moulded ice-crystal effect exterior
- Interior staircase
- Tiered ice fountain
- Button activates light-up snowflakes effect and plays ‘Let It Go’
- Posable Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf figurines
- H31 x W33 x D16cm, when open
- Suitable for children aged 3 years+
- Not suitable under 36 months due to small parts
- Created for Disney Store
As my short video shows the playset is musical and sings in English. The figures are a nice size and I know that this is going to add to Erin’s ever growing Disney collection.