Games for Girls: Fun Activities that Encourage Creative Thinking March 4, 2015 By Lime Tree Kids Play comments Games for girls can go way beyond the cooking games on the iPad. Here are our handpicked activity ideas that encourage creativity, independent thinking and are tons of fun for little girls. 1. Have Fun with Felt Felt sets are perfect for quiet play and encouraging creativity and imaginative story telling. This gorgeous Flower Fairy Felt Creations set has adorably designed fairies, toadstools and more to keep your little fairy happily engaged. 2. Dressing Up is Always Delightful Dress up games can be lots of fun. This creativity boosting magnetic dress up girls game is perfect not just for indoor play but also, for taking along when travelling. Need a makeup kit to make dressing up fun? Check out this wooden My First Beauty Kit perfect for little ones who want to dress up just like Mum. And if your little girl wants to take dress up games to the bath tub, you can totally do that too with this super fun set of Fashion in the Tub Bath Stickers! 3. Draw Up a Storm with Sweet Stencils and Colours Drawing, colouring and creating art are perfect for days when you can’t take the kids out to play. Bring out these sweet ballerina, fairies and princess stencils or give them a set of Piccolo Oodle Doodle colouring sets and you can be set for hours of engaged, creative and imaginative play. 4. Doll it Up with Darling Doll Houses Every little girl loves a doll house and when they’re as pretty as this First Dream Doll House from Le Toy Van, complete with furniture, you can be sure that she’ll love playing with it and inviting her friends over to visit as well. A great way to encourage sharing, creative thinking and independent play. 5. Tea Parties are Terrific My little one loves hosting tea parties. All her toys, and us, are invited and she loves serving us little biscuits, snacks and “tea” as well. This Tiger Tribe Vintage Tin Tea Set will be perfect to bring out when evenings are chilly or the days are rainy and you don’t want to hear “I’m bored”. Pair it with some wooden biscuits, wooden toy cakes and more and you have everything you need for the perfect tea party. What are some of your fave games for girls to encourage creative and innovative thinking?