If you have stopped by a Build-a-Bear workshop in your local mall along with your kids, then you would already be knowing how the imaginations are given life in children stuff. Kids love to groom their favorite stuffed toys before they dress them up.
Get ready to have that environment set up right in your home this year with Doc McStuffins Get Better Talking Mobile Clinic. The only difference is that your kids will be role playing a veterinarian and they will be taking care of their beloved stuffed toys and animals.
Doc McStuffins Get Better Talking Mobile Clinic is a hybrid of clinic as well as ambulance. It has sounds that are motion activated and these lights are complemented with sirens that announce to everyone that there is an emergency at hand.
Your child will be playing with the medical instruments that come with Doc McStuffins Get Better Talking Mobile Clinic. The packaging has a picture of a little stuffed lamb but this is not included in the package.
You can either get a new stuffed toy for your kids along with Get Better Mobile Clinic and place it near Christmas tree or you can teach them how to use their old stuffed toys with it.
An easy to use ladder is also included to rescue animals that are stranded, for example a cat that has been stuck on a tree.
Mimicing the real life scenario, your kid will be able to call ahead to the hospital from the ambulance and tell them what kind of preparations they need to make to receive the patient.
Your child will stretch the stuffed animal on a stretcher before arriving at the hospital so that it can be rushed directly to surgery room. If you want additional options, you can buy stuffed animals like Hallie, Stuffy, Chilly and Lambie which regularly work with Dottie McStuffins.
The toy needs two AA batteries but you will need to have a few more ready in case your child starts using it more frequently for his play time. It will be a better idea to get rechargeable batteries. Kids are sure to love Doc McStuffins Get Better Talking Mobile Clinic and it is an ideal toy for both girls and boys.