Enrich a child's imagination and coordination with dress-me-up doll games. Seek traditional paper dolls that can be cut out and fitted with tabbed clothing. Collections go from basic to complex, depicting fashionable eras from the early 1920s to Emo and Goth. Online and offline historical dress up games also can be found. Dress up popular characters such as Sailor Moon in paper form or online with plenty of clothes, hair and accessory choices available.
Spark creativity with wooden, magnetic dress up dolls. No scissors required. These collections include happy face, colorful dolls in both genders.
Girls can dress up dolls as princesses, ballerinas and super heroes. Clothes are brightly patterned. The chunky dolls and clothes make them easy to grasp with countless combinations available.
Dolls, clothes and stand are conveniently packaged in a divided storage box which is ideal for travel. This dress up game helps develop motor and matching skills. Suitable for ages 4 and up.
Sailor Moon is a popular anime heroine who uses her powers to protect those she cares about. At the doll palace, an online site, girls can dress up a Sailor Moon avatar from top to bottom.
The menu is located on the left of the screen and players begin by selecting a set of wings from the collection. Additions include socks, boots, dresses, skirts and more. Hairstyles range from loosely sketched curls to more glamorous locks, updos and colors. Girls can change accessories, background and foreground.
For more hands-on dress up game, check out Sailor Moon Universe which offers a downloadable page with a Sailor Moon doll to cut out and dress up. Doll and accessories are included on one page.
Straight off the runway, this online dress up game takes girls back to the 1960s through the 1980s with four glam dolls. Click on the doll and an entire wardrobe from that fashionable era is brought onto the screen.
Accessories include shirts, tights, shoes and jackets in bright, bold colors. Step back to the 60s with poodle skirts, fur-trimmed jackets, stilettos and saddle shoes. The 1970s feature pantsuits, colorful wigs, funky shoes and roller skates. Check out the 1980's which features glitz, Lycra and leg warmers. Players simply press restart to change the clothes and start again.
Look into Paper Doll books for workable paper dolls. The artist Tom Tierney designs dolls and fashion to replicate the trendy eras of rock and pop of the 60s up to the stylish trends of the 1970s.
In these collections, girls play with two cut-out paper dolls and 30-plus haute couture outfits to dress them up in. These games are suitable for ages 9 and up.