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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Who doesn't love a Dance Party with the Royals? Received Product as part of the Educational Insights EI Insiders Program... A secret castle with a nightly dance party? My girls love The Twelve Dancing Princesses as-is, so pairing it with a craft is a perfect thing. As with all of the books from the Once Upon a Craft Series (and we have a few), the book is an excellent addition to our home library, with cute illustrations and easy-to-follow text for young readers. As I do always note, as with nearly all crafts for little kids, they're not built to last - but a fun project for the little ones to enjoy just as ours did (4 & 7) for a limited time, with the book the lasting piece.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for my Princess Loving Crafty Daughter! My six-year-old daughter absolutely loves princesses and she also happens to love crafts, so I knew the Once Upon a Craft sets from educational insights was just the perfect thing for her. Each set comes with a book and two crafts as well as instructions that are more suggestions about how to use. First you read the story and then do the crafts that correlate with the book. This one was called The Twelve Dancing Princesses. It was a little strange to me but Paige loved it. It kind of reminded me of old school fairy tales with old traditions. The prince is asked to do something for the King and then he can pick which of his 12 daughters he can marry. I know it's just a story but these old traditions bother me! Luckily the age is 4+ so kids will just enjoy it for what it is; a fun princess story. Next we did the first craft which was Paige's favorite part. She colored little cardboard dolls of the characters from the book and then acted out the story with a backdrop that's included. She did this for a long time and has played with it more than once which I didn't really expect. Her little brother even played with her a few times. The next craft might have been a little young for her as she's almost seven but she still did it. It's just taking little foam stickers and making a shoe and crown from the story. She did it and then went back to playing with the dolls. There is a lot of educational value to Once Upon a Craft. Paige got to practice her reading before going back to school. She got to color and create and used her imagination a lot to re write the story while playing with the dolls! We have another set that's Rapunzel that we can't wait to try!
Date published: 2016-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dancing Princesses This is another cute two in one combo set. The book tells the story of the twelve dancing princesses, sisters who sneak out each night to go dancing with their princes. In addition to the book, you get beautiful paper dolls that kids can color to make them their own. There are also other crafts where kids can design their own shoes or princess crown. It's a wonderful way to spend a rainy day. Kids can create their own characters which really helps them get into the story and encourages them to read.
Date published: 2016-03-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from just average... We received this for participation in Play Panel. My 5yr old daughter wasn't overly thrilled with the craft/story. She loves books and crafts, but the combination for this particular set miss the mark. The mosaic shoe and crown where nothing special. She liked coloring the figures and could retell the story, so I guess it wasn't a total bust.
Date published: 2016-06-17
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