Playing dress-up starts as early as 18 and 24 months old. It’s a children’s game where a person wears costumes or clothing for role-playing. Kids usually imitate what adults do or follow whatever they see on the television like this for example or in the movies.
It’s the theory that counts
Erik Erikson, the founder of the psychosocial theory, emphasized the importance of fulfilling the eight stages of his psychosocial development. Stage 2 of his theory is autonomy versus shame. This is when toddlers begin to show clear preferences…