With the magical Amulet of Avalor, Sofia learns that for each action she will either be given a magical gift, like being able to talk to animals after helping a baby bird, or be cursed, like losing her voice after bragging in front of her friends. Through play, your child will be able to join Sofia on her journey to find out what that loyalty, honesty, compassion and grace are what make a person a true princess - wonderful lessons for people to learn at any age.
With dress-up toys and accessories, your child can imagine themselves in a world where friendship is far more important than a crown. Your children will reenact and create their own adventures while they look like their favorite characters. It's a perfect way to practice those princess qualities. Plus, kids love and relate to the storylines and all the characters, so learning lessons is all about trying on new roles and acting them out in play.
A wonderful part of Sofia's new royal life is how her new family comes together to show that loving one another is what it truly means to be a family. That is another one of the valuable lessons reinforced by the stories and the characters.
Each member of Sofia's new family brings their own unique and inspirational traits to the narrative, like King Roland's desire to protect all of his children, Amber's ability to put aside her own desires when it comes to helping her family, and James' easygoing nature and how he can find the fun in any situation. Those are only a few of the reasons these toys have taken off and why parents encourage their children to interact, engage with an emulate Sofia the First.
As your child plays, their imagination will take them on magical journeys where they can be a prince or princess that puts friends and family first and never gives up. Each day is another chance for adventure when you're playing with Sofia the First and her friends.