Dress Up Games are fun for all children. Maybe just walking around his mother \ 's shoes or his father \' s boots, but maybe sometimes you can design costumes and dresses based on his active imagination. Sometimes, however, we may request your help to come up with some fancy dress costumes for a party or other event. No doubt there are plenty of toy shops and online stores selling attractive clothing for little princesses, or by some soldiers, policemen and pirates. But often the main fun of the costumes are using your imagination to find a good team based on things they already have around the house. In this article are some easy and inexpensive ways to encourage your child \ 's imagination and craftsmanship, making a robot costume.As an adult you can probably make or buy a costume that is much better than his son could do for himself. However, with your help and advice, you can encourage your child \ 's imagination, helping to design and make your special outfit.Children, except maybe young people should be able to bring this set simple robot. Two cardboard boxes are needed. You need a little for the head, and a larger one for the body. Tell your child how they will work together to make the team. You could ask them to draw a picture to show what they want it to look like when its finished.You have to find some cardboard boxes. You have to be large enough to fit the child \ 's body. The smallest is for the head. The father should now have the big box and cut off the two small fins. Now cut arm holes in the remaining laps. The child can carry their weapons through the holes so the box is in that of your body. Take the smaller box and cut eye and mouth holes.Now you need child to help with painting. Ask your child what color they want for their robot. Grey color seems a kind of normal for a robot, but if your child wants a pink robot then that \ 's fine too. Make sure you have enough paint to finish before starting.If you want a shiny robot instead of a painted one then you could cover with paper towels. Stick it in PVA glue (white glue). This will give your robot a metallic look nice.A robot must have some buttons or switches on the front. You and your child should find something suitable in the house. You could make buttons shiny candy wrappers. Or, if you \ 've done a brilliant robot with aluminum foil so you could make the buttons and switches bottle caps. If you \ 'I have never seen a James Bond movie you should know to add a big red button labeled \ "Self Destruct \".Another decorating idea is to fit a TV screen in the belly robots. You can cut a hole in the form of TV in the right place. Now go to your child draw a picture on the card they want on TV. It could also reduce images of cartoon characters from a magazine and paste them into the card. Paste the card-shaped hole behind the TV and robot now sports a TV screen on his tummy.