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I was inspired to do a Doc McStuffins week with Tootsie Pop and Kitty Cat after seeing all the great ideas and printables that Carisa at 1+1+1=1 put together. Our girls love all things Doc McStuffins so this was perfect for them. I intended to have everything out for about a week but it turned into 3 weeks because the girls loved doing all the activities and playing with everything so much.
In the bin I put their Doc McStuffins dolls they received as gifts recently, a Doc McStuffins doctor bag and paper tools I put together that I downloaded from here, plastic doctor tools from the dollar section at Target, little pompoms, a foam puzzle from the dollar store, and small plastic cups to be used as pretend medicine cups.
Thanks to Carisa at 1+1+1=1 for this idea too, I downloaded Doc McStuffins images, laminated them, attached magnetic tape and put them on a cookie sheet.
I included Tootsie Pop and Kitty Cat’s little stuffed Lambie and Hallie with the display.
The girls were absolutely thrilled to find this all set up for them and the very first thing they did was play doctor with each other.
Next, they enjoyed playing the memory matching game I downloaded from 1+1+1=1. Even Snootz joined in.
The girls put their Doc McStuffins puzzles together and turned it into a marathon. Over the past several weeks they have put those puzzles together countless times.
The children colored Doc McStuffins coloring pages I printed from the Disney Junior website. They used the Twistables Slick Stix that I had talked about in this post. But I need to tell you that you definitely shouldn’t get the Slick Stix. They really stain clothes and nothing you use will get the stains out, not even bleach. So we won’t be using them again anytime soon, unless I put the kids in full body suits that cover their entire bodies first.
Tootsie Pop and Kitty Cat completed a bunch of additional fun learning pages that I downloaded from 1+1+1=1.
They completed tracing pages,
followed the path of “D”s,
and matched the heads and tails.
The girls also enjoyed listening to the Doc McStuffins Read-Along Storybook CD that we picked up from the library. They liked it so much that I think they actually played it non-stop for several days straight.
And I read a couple of additional Doc McStuffins books to the girls.
All three children wanted to play the roll and graph game from 1+1+1=1. Thankfully we got through this activity before the paper die got squished.
And finally, the children put together A Big Book of Boo Boos, which is a really cute idea that I found at Disney Junior. Snootz wasn’t going to participate since it’s a “girl book” but then decided that he really liked the idea of making a book. So he made the book but changed the name to A Big Book of Boos (rather than Boo Boos), then created his own story and used his magnifying glass to do some investigating.
Tootsie Pop and Kitty Cat had so much fun with all the Doc McStuffins activities that I am looking forward to doing it again with something else that they love. But first, Snootz is anxious to have me put something together for him. So I am currently working on putting together an Angry Birds Imagining and Learning unit for him. But SHHHHH……don’t tell. It’s going to be a surprise! I’m planning it for January and I will be sure to share it with you after we complete it.
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