Playing online and real-life games sparks kids' creativity and give them the opportunity to play in a fun, safe way. If your kids are fascinated by the world of Victorian fashion, you can find a wealth of games that let them experiment with creating the unique looks of the Victorian era.
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Victorian Girl Dress Up
In Victorian Girl Dress Up on the Play Pink website, you design the outfit for a fancy Victorian lady. Use the options on the left hand side of the screen to select her top, dress, accessories and hair style to put together a sophisticated outfit. Click the background button to change her backdrop, or the question mark in the centre of the menu to get a random outfit and background.
Tudors and Victorians: Dressing Up
Tudors and Victorians: Dressing Up is a game on the BBC History website that puts you in the position of trying to correctly dress the Tudor and Victorian characters in their historically accurate clothing. You are given a piece of clothing and a description of it, and must match it to the figure who would have worn it. Click the arrow at the bottom to continue on to the next article of clothing until each figure is fully dressed.
Soulless Victorian Dress Up
Soulless Victorian Dress Up on Orbit Books website gives you the opportunity to dress up a Victorian character from the novel "Soulless." Start by clicking on the undergarments and dragging them to the figure to dress her. Click on the "1" and "2" to see the possible dress options, and complete your outfit by adding accessories and outer garments. Click the "BG" button to choose an appropriate background to display your look against.
Victorian Dress Up Relay
A dress up relay can be a fun game for Victorian themed parties and to allow kids to experience the styles of clothing in the 1800s. To set up the game, fill two suitcases with traditional Victorian clothing, such as mob caps, shawls, breeches, frilly aprons, dresses, overcoats, petticoats, vests, and boots. Then, arrange your players up in two lines, 10 feet away from the suitcases. At the shout of "Go!" the first person in each line must race to their suitcase, dress themselves in the clothing, undress themselves, and run back to the end of the line, as quickly as possible. The first team to have all of their players dress and undress in the clothes wins the relay.
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