The Roman Cape with the Roman lions was the symbol of the Roman spirit. For soldiers the sense of community was at the center of life and the will to sacrifice oneself for others was crucial to the Roman army’s success. The cape gave the Romans a sense of belonging and reminded them that they were all working for a higher cause.
Pretend-play builds social and emotional roles in life. And, exercising the imagination develops self-confidence, leading to better problem solving in the future.
Designed in Denmark.
Recommended for ages 3 years+.