Saturday, 22 August 2020

Journey into the Unknown with These Limited-Edition Frozen 2 Dolls


Some things are worth melting for, like our love for all things Frozen and Frozen 2. Get ready for enchanting Disney memories with these brand-new, limited-edition collectible fashion dolls inspired by the glamorous Elsa and Anna characters from the second flick. Beginning on Saturday, March 14, fans can order these intricate dolls from shopDisney.com and the Disney Store. The 17-inch Snow Queen Elsa and Queen of Arendelle Anna dolls are wearing their gowns from the end of the movie. The dolls will retail for $129.99 each beginning at 7 a.m. PST. Additionally, when families purchase both dolls, they will receive a free, bonus Frozen 2 collectible key, stylized as Olaf. These dolls feature highly intricate details that make them perfect keepsakes for Disney collectors of all ages.

Frozen Superfans, Your Wedding Dress Is Right Here


It’s been a very long time since we last described our ideal outfit as something “just like a Disney princess.” But, for those who have dreams of Magic Kingdom ceremonies and a prince or princess charming who will slay a dragon in your honor, the folks at Alfred Angelo have been listening. They've been listening to you, but also a lot of “Let It Go.” Yes, brides-to-be — the Frozen wedding dress is here.
Vying to be hottest (um, coldest?) wedding inspiration since Cinderella, Elsa’s nuptial style is the latest one up for grabs from Alfred Angelo designer Jason Gillen, who debuted the icy-blue, crystal-covered creation at Bridal Fashion Week. Of course, should you be more of a classicist, Angelo’s collection also included a slew of other designs inspired by fairytale characters we know and love.
However, our instincts — as well as Pearl Jam, the cast of Mad Men, and tons of other Frozen fans — tell us that this year's top seller will likely be the Elsa number. And, hey, if you're not in the midst of planning your wedding day, there's always Halloween. The sparkly fantasy creation can be yours for a cool $1,399. (Daily News)

Thursday, 20 August 2020

LEGO Disney Princess Elsa's Magical Ice Palace 43172 Toy Castle Building Kit with Mini Dolls, Castle Playset with Popular Frozen Characters including Elsa



  • Build a sparkling ice palace with revolving staircase and sliding bridge to recreate favorite scenes from the Frozen movies or reimagine them in new and exciting ways!
  • Includes LEGO l Disney Frozen Elsa and Anna mini-doll figures, plus Olaf, Marshmallow and 4 Snowgie minifigures for fun adventuring possibilities
  • Elsa's Magical Ice Palace measures over 12-inch (31cm) high, 11-inch (30cm) wide and 7-inch (19cm) deep; Playground with snow fort measures over 2-inch (6cm) high, 7-inch (20cm) wide and 1-inch (4cm) deep; Sleigh with carriages measures over 4-inch (12cm) long and 1-inch (3cm) wide
  • 701 pieces – A cool building toy for boys and girls aged 6+ and for fans of Disney Frozen and kids of all ages
  • This LEGO l Disney Frozen Elsa’s Magical Ice Palace 43172 building kit makes a great Christmas present for kids and can be built together with all other original LEGO sets and bricks for more creative play

Wednesday, 12 August 2020

DECORATE-YOUR-OWN WOODEN PRINCESS WAND


In a tight budget, but still, wants to buy your four-year-old girl a great gift? The Melissa & Doug Decorate-Your-Own Wooden Princess Wand is the perfect solution at only $6.99. Comes highly recommended by parents and pediatricians, this toy is a great gift idea for growing girls. An engaging substitute for screen time, the Decorate-Your-Own Wooden Princess Wand will fill every girl’s world with glitters, gems, ribbons, and many more!

The toy opens your girl’s imaginative play. It is an engaging craft activity that requires her full attention. When you buy the set, you will get a wooden star, a dowel, gem stickers, satin ribbons, four pots of paint, a paintbrush to use, two glitter glue, and one white glue. Your girl will spend her playtime using her hands and honing her excellent motor skills while sharpening her creativity and imagination. A gold standard in early childhood play, the Decorate-Your-Own Wooden Princess Wand also includes a child-safe, shatterproof mirror that she can use. Your four-year-old girl will always be ready for an impromptu princess day-out with friends when you get this toy. Nurture her creative expression while she colors and designs her unique wand.

Saturday, 8 August 2020

Central Illinois school district implements ‘pajama ban’ for remote learning


A central Illinois school district is implementing a “pajama ban” for students during remote learning this fall.
The ban is part of a new at-home dress code from the school board in the town of Springfield, where students will have a mix of in-class and at-home instruction due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“Hats, caps, bandanas, hoods of any type, sweatbands, sunglasses, pajama pants, slippers, or shoes with wheels attached to the bottom shall not be worn,” the district’s school handbook already states — and that applies at home as well, officials said.
Students also are banned from taking classes in bed and must have their computer cameras on and trained at themselves.
“In our regular student dress code, it actually states that pajama pants and so forth are not acceptable school apparel,” Jason Wind, the district’s director of school support, told school board members this week, NBC News reported.
“And so this remote learning information that we put in, with the students’ rights and responsibilities that will fall back under that dress code,” he went on.
“They must follow the dress code of the building, and so no pajama pants.”
The district will be sending 14,000 students back to school on Aug. 30, from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade, according to NBC.
Students will spend two days in class for every three days of remote learning, with parents given the option to instead choose full-time remote classes.
Some district parents were reportedly puzzled by the at-home dress code.
One, John Freml, said the last thing kids needed was another barrier to learning.
“To put more barriers in place, ‘You have to sit at a table, you have to dress a certain way,’ does not make sense,” Freml told NBC News.
“We have to meet families where they are and not put up more restrictions,” he added.