Barbie game ideas and scenarios
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Show less Ask a Question Related Articles. Having trouble coming up with a good game to play with Barbies? Do you feel like your games are lacking? Do you have to play alone? This article will help you play the perfect game with your Barbies, no matter what the situation is. To create this article, 12 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time.
There are endless fun possibilities when it comes to playing with Barbies. If you need ideas for activities, consider doing things like creating a beach for Barbie, pretending she's a doctor to help sick patients, or hosting a fashion show to show off all of her clothing. You can also create things for Barbie, such as furniture to go in her house or new clothing for her to wear. To be creative when playing with your Barbies, gather up your Barbie clothes, play some upbeat music, and put on a Barbie fashion show. Alternatively, stack empty boxes on their sides to create your own Barbie mansion. Then, have one Barbie throw a dinner party or host a sleepover in the mansion for the other dolls. If you have time, consider making furniture or clothes for your Barbies.
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For lack of a better word, I call it Barbie Scenario Building, and this is how it works. Oh, I should add here that Greta already cooks up some rocking Barbie scenarios on her own. Her Ken is hilarious, and her Robot Ken a new addition to our troupe is even better! Ha ha! What should we enact? What do I do? Anyway, this is a great idea — thanks!