Looking for the best games for your young princesses? If you’re like me, you probably have a six-year-old daughter who loves all things princess, especially fairy princesses. As you can imagine, my little girl wears her favorite fairy costume to play with her friends every day! To make play time more fun and memorable for your little princess and her friends, we’ve compiled a list of our top 10 favorite fairy games! So sit back and relax while we take you on a trip down memory lane with these classic games that are perfect for any party or event.
FROZEN ICE PALACE
Frozen Ice Palace is a puzzle game that lets you play as Elsa, Anna and Olaf. It has an easy interface so even the youngest of players can enjoy playing it.
It’s also a great way to spend time with your kids! One of the best features is that you can choose from three difficulty levels so not only will you be able to play together, but when they get better at it, the game can still challenge them.
SHIMMER AND SPARKLE GLITTER CANNON
A glitter cannon! What kid doesn’t love glitter? This fun and exciting toy shoots out a burst of rainbow-colored, glittery goodness for your little one to enjoy.
It’s great for indoor or outdoor play, especially since it also comes with two refillable packs of the fizzy stuff. All you have to do is put in the batteries (four AAAs), press down on the button, and watch as it fires away. The pack can be refilled up to 20 times before they run out – so if you’re only using this once a month or so, that’s still plenty of time before you need another package!
We recommend keeping some extra batteries around just in case–and maybe even an extra pack of glitter just in case too!
FAIRY LOVELY FLUTTERING FAIRY DOLL
The Fairy Lovely Fluttering Fairy Doll is a lovely toy for your young princesses. The doll comes with a butterfly hair clip, a pink ballpoint pen, a flower crown and wings, and glittery fairy wings!
The doll is perfect for any child who loves fairies, butterflies or angels. It’s also great for kids who love writing with pens but don’t have one yet!
This toy is recommended for ages 3-6 years old. It’s not suited for children younger than 3 because they might swallow parts of it like the pen or crown (or even the hair clip).
MELISSA AND DOUG MY CASTLE PUZZLE
Melissa and Doug My Castle Puzzle
This puzzle features a princess castle with 48 pieces. The pieces are made from recycled materials, making it a great choice for the environmentally conscious parent. The finished size of this puzzle is 8 x 8 inches. It comes with a box for easy storage, making it great for traveling as well!
LEGO FRIENDS OLIVIA’S HOUSE
Olivia’s House is one of the best sets for girls who love LEGO Friends. The set includes Olivia, her cat, her pet rabbit, and a variety of accessories that allow your little princess to create an entire house full of imagination! The kitchen features a fridge and oven with plenty of space for food storage and culinary delight; the bathroom has all sorts of amenities—a shower, sink, toilet—plus extra storage space inside the vanity mirror in case you need it; there’s even a bedroom with plenty of room to sleep comfortably each night (and store those pajamas). The garage may not be as exciting as some other parts but it makes sense: after all, how else would Olivia get around? Plus she can use it as storage space too when she needs more room than just one closet could provide! Lastly we come upon an outdoor area where children can play with their toys outside on rainy days (or when snow falls). This part includes some seating areas so that multiple people can relax together while enjoying an afternoon spent outdoors.
Disney FROZEN Sparkle Princess Elsa Doll
Elsa is a fictional character from the movie Frozen, starring Anna and Olaf. Elsa is a princess and the Snow Queen. She possesses the powers of ice and snow but must hide her abilities in order to protect her kingdom from disaster.
Elsa was born with magical powers over ice, snow and wind. But she was unable to control them as a child, which prompted her father to hide them from everyone else by isolating his daughter at home for most of her life until she learned how to keep them under control. Once Elsa turns 18 years old, she finally becomes queen of Arendelle after her parents die on an accident while sailing into open sea with their ship during one stormy night; however this event led into chaos because her coronation day coincided with an incident where Hans tried assassinating both sisters before killing himself instead (but only managed killing two guards while being arrested). In order for Princess Anna not be executed like Hans’ men did before him….
So much fun to be had for little princesses everywhere.
There’s nothing like a good fairy game to bring out the inner princess in your little ones. Whether they want to play with their friends or family, these games are sure to inspire hours of fun and laughter.
There’s no better way to pass the time than by playing one of these great new games for girls.
After the success of our first post, we’ve compiled our second list of the best games for your young princesses. While most of these games are targeted for children ages 2-10 years old, some games can be enjoyed by all ages so make sure to check out each game before buying it! We hope you enjoy reading through them and picking out one or two new games for your little ones! Happy Playing!