Doc McStuffins is one of the most popular children’s TV shows today. Boys and girls alike enough the show, featuring a young girl named Dottie. She treats her stuffed animals and toys in her clinic. When she uses her stethoscope, her toys come to life, and she can talk to them. Kids love this show! If your child enjoys Doc, here are some great toy options they will love just as much as they love the show.
This is an electronic clipboard with 4 learning activities and over 3 songs. Your child can use one of the 3 stencils to help learn their letters and numbers while developing their writing skills. Magnetic drawing boards are so fun for little children. The stylus is designed to be chunky, to help little hands draw easier.
For those aspiring doctors or veterinarians, they need a doctor bag, complete with classic doctor tools to make their play seem real. The set comes with the bag to carry all the tools, a stethoscope, a band aid, an ear probe, a needle, and a sphygmomanometer.
With this Big Book of Boo-Boos, there are 3 different ways to play: Word Explorer, Letter Fun and Music and Sounds. This toy can help your children learn how to recognize and remember their letters and words. There are 10 pages of pictures, along with over 40 fun sounds. You will need AA batteries.
If your child aspires to be a doctor, this checkup center would ignite their imagination as they pretend to work on their animals. The play set includes plenty of medical accessories to help treat the patients at hand, including shots and a pretend sink.
Children love Legos and to create their own towns. This kit allows your child to build a backyard clinic. It comes with 39 pieces; quite a few of the pieces are double sided with decorated bricks. Legos are a great way for children to master their building skills.
This is a small Dottie, or Doc, doll, featuring her magical stethoscope. She loves to treat animals. Now, your child can use this doll to pretend to treat their sick pet as well. Due to her size, she is a great size for children 2 years of age and older.
With this fun checkup center, your children can pretend to take care of their stuffed animals. She can pretend she is Doc and able to talk to her favorite toys. It comes with the magical stethoscope, along with other tools that allows your children to think they truly are doctors.
The pet carrier is an adorable white with teal colors, along with a hot pink door. The set comes with a cute puppy, along with a play stethoscope, otoscope a brush, a syringe. The puppy comes with his own food bowl and play bottle. If your child loves animals, they are bound to love this toy.
Here is another set of tools to help your child pretend to be an awesome doctor. This doctor bag comes with a plush Fido, with embroidered features. There is a stethoscope that makes heart sounds with the push of a button. There is a plastic doctor’s bag, along with a decorative bandage. There also is a head cone, scissors, dog tag and a cast.
Children love to dress up. From princesses to firefighters, dressing up helps your child to use his or her imagination and come up with exciting games. This is a great dress up doctor costumer, complete with the famous stethoscope. The costume is designed to fit children ages 3 and up.
This doll is Doc, and she comes with her own little clinic setup. You can take light up x-rays, give the animals a bath and then send them sliding down the slide. There are fun phrases and songs. Along with a Doc doll, you also get Lambie and Fido, along with 3 other tools for the clinic.
Doc is ready to set out and help all the animals and toys she can find. With her mobile, she can bring the help to them. Doc is able to talk and sing with Lambie. The mobile has sirens for when she is on her way. You also get her awesome stethoscope, a thermometer, an otoscope, and a magnifying glass. She can treat all the toys she finds.
If you are looking for a smaller sized doll, the time for a check-up doll comes with a load of accessories. She measures close to 6 inches tall, and she doesn’t talk. Here is what she comes with: doctor outfit, stethoscope, doctor bag, thermometer, needle and a reflex hammer.
For your diagnosis clinic and mobile clinic, you may want to have some additional figures to make the play even better. These figures are all 3 inches tall. With the deluxe figure set, you get 6 figures, including: Doc McStuffins, Lambie, Stuffy, Chilly, Hallie, and Sir Kirby.
This clinic is stocked full of great accessories that will keep your child entertained. First, it comes with a small Doc, ready to treat the toys. There is a table to bathe the animals and a dog bed. There are pet carriers, tables, dog houses, pet bowls, and more. The diagnosis clinic has so much to do, but keep it away from small children due to the large amount of small pieces.
Doc’s clinic is on the go! This is a small clinic instead of her truck. The truck opens up to reveal a hospital bed and a small clinic. There is a miniature doc doll, a scale, clipboard and tools to treat her patients. There is even a little x-ray chart, so she can show her patients their injuries.
You never know when you are going to need to help a toy in trouble. This is why your child needs this on call accessory set. She can carry it around and be prepared for anything. The set features a light up headlamp, a cell phone with phrases and sounds, a bandage cuff, a sequin doctor bag, a multi-tool clip and more. This is a very girl oriented set.
With this 6V Ride on Ambulance, your child can truly bring the play to life. They can imagine they are rushing off to an emergency while driving around the yard. There are emergency lights and sirens, with horn sounds. Luckily, your child can drive no faster than 2mph, so they won’t have an emergency while driving the toy.
This is a cute little toy for your young child to enjoy. It comes with a purple camera that takes x-ray photos. There are 5 “x-ray plates” including Lambie, Stuffy, Hallie, a dog and a fish. When our child presses a button, it lights up the plates as if they just took the x-ray. Little kids would love this toy.