Get ready for your check-up with new Doc McStuffins Time For Check-Up Doll. Designed by Disney, the doll which also comes with plush lambie, will come to life with sound effect and fun phrases. We were kindly sent this to review. The doll features:
- Sounds effects
- Interactive Lambie toy
- Suitable age 3 and older
- Batteries included
Based on the character from the popular Disney Junior animated series Doc McStuffins, where Dottie, the little girl who wants to be a vet just like her mum, heals toys from her backyard clinic. Kids will love playing and interacting with the two main characters from the show.
Your kids can press on Doc’s stomach to hear Doc sing the “Time For Your Checkup” song and listen to fun phrases too including “I Have a Diagnoses”, don’t forget the doll does come in Try Me mode so please ensure to switch to play me mode or you may be there for a while…not that, that happened to us of course!
Use the Stethoscope, thermometer, comb and other tools to give Lambie a much needed checkup, as your child does this they will be able to hear Lambie’s heartbeat, hear her talk and giggle. Just like Doc, your accessories are designed in pink and purple and lambie also has her famous little bow in her hair.
Kids will be able to pretend to take care of Lambie just like Doc does on her TV show, with all the included accessories such as: comb, a doctor’s bag, an otoscope, a thermometer and a stethoscope.
Doc McStuffins Time for Check Up Interactive Doll requires four cell batteries which are included and Lambie require three button batteries, which are included. Suitable for preschool children age three and older, your child will learn about helping others, narrative-based play and will let their imaginations run wild.
Already tipped as one of this years top toys for Christmas, the toy will retail around £35-£39 so if you want this under the christmas tree make sure to buy in advance.
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