Scandinavian Princess Coronation - Small

Scandinavian Princess Coronation - Small

# 003733

Our Price: $39.99
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Item #: 003733
Grades: PK

Product Description:

Publisher Description:

This heroine princess is ready for the party in this gorgeous dress. The china silk skirt features a beautiful custom print in a gold, teal and burgundy floral striped design. The intricate gold trim frames the black velvet bodice of this dress. The dress is adorned with a sparkly Norwegian Tulip print in gold, teal and burgundy, the perfect addition to this dress. With rich dark Teal sleeves in our stretch velvet your little one will remain comfortable while making heads turn at her next party. To complete this winter story see our Ice Queen Coronation Dress. Sizes: S-XL.

Category Description for Scandinavian Princess Coronation:

Category Description for Princess Costumes (Little Adventures):

As a family with lots of girls who love to dress up, we know that favorite dress-ups are a hot commodity, worn over and over again. These reasonably priced dress-up costumes are beautiful, durable, and modest. They are designed by moms, constructed out of durable and comfortable fabrics, and machine-washable (but hang dry). The Princess Ava dress and Warrior Princess dress were designed by childhood cancer patients, and proceeds from the sale of these dresses are donated to their families to offset medical expenses. Most styles are available as an 18” doll dress too.

Category Description for Little Adventures Costumes:

From personal experience, we know that favorite dress-ups are a hot commodity, worn over and over and OVER again. While we have wanted to offer reasonably priced dress-ups for awhile now, we have kept our eyes open for the most practical selection. These beautiful, durable, and modest costumes fit the bill. They are all designed by moms, constructed out of durable and comfortable fabrics, and machine-washable (but hang dry). Unlike much of what you see around the stores in October, these are made to last, and most feature a looser, stretchier fit for flexible sizing. So, if Mom's time is at a premium and those repurposed formals from the thrift store are torn and grungy, you might consider one of these as a special treat for your dress-up-loving child.

Approximate Sizes: S = 1-3 yrs, 2T; M = 3-5 yrs, size 4; L = 5-7 yrs, size 6; XL = 7-9 yrs, size 8 Please see each group for more specific size information.

Primary Subject
Games, Puzzles & Toys
Brand Name
Little Adventures
0.3 (lbs.)
15.0" x 12.0" x 1.0"
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My Daughter's Favorite
Love the dress and details! I wish the sizing had been more specific. "Pre K" in the small is technically 1-3 years. I would have sized up for my 3 year old if I had known.
December 28, 2016
over 6 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
We love using Mastering Mathematics for learning basic math facts and operations The notes in the teacher's manual for adapting teaching to special needs and gifted were right on the money and my children felt immediately successful without repeating problems over and over again They still get plenty of practice with facts as they jump into five digit problems (using only the facts they already know) and play games until they are ready to challenge themselves to a timed test The price tag looks high but when you divide it up per book it is reasonable knowing that it is up to six years of instructional materials There really is zero teacher prepjust grading and giving feedback and going over instructions when the children are younger We like to go between this for practicing math facts and Making Math Meaningful which takes a more conceptual approach to learning math (and gives a wonderful base for doing algebra) So far 4 of my six children have been successful using these materials My 1 and 3 year old are yet to begin :)
January 1, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5
I also enjoy Mastering Mathematics My kids love playing the review board games and they really help with their speed This series contains a great balance of drill and problem solving I started with Attacking Addition and now my son is in Perfecting the Point We were originally using Horizons math but the constant review was driving us nuts Both my kids are a bit advanced and it seemed pointless to continue to do problems over and over again when they already knew the stuff and to wait for new concepts until the next year when they were already read to learn them For example if you can regroup in addition from the ones to the tens columns then you can do it from tens to hundreds and so forth But in traditional books you have to wait to do the bigger numbers My kids had a good handle on place value so they were ready to move on That was the reason we began this series - to move at your own pace When we started to use it I was very impressed with the word problems They are very interesting! They use all kinds of interesting facts from the Bible and from Guiness world records In addition they use many real-life situations such as ordering from menus running a business shopping and so forth I have found the series to be very practicalThere are only a couple of things I do not like about the series One is that my kids do find it boring to only do one math skill at a time The other is that while the problems are very useful and practical I do find that this series is a bit lacking in introducing algebraic concepts So I use MCP math as well I go back and forth between the two programs MCP math's strongest point is the preparation for algebra
July 29, 2008

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