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Person or dragon, tiny or tall – sometimes we tumble and sometimes we fall; everyone gets hurt sometimes. Luckily, Doc McStuffins really knows her stuff and will fix 'em up! Join Doc, Lambie, Stuffy, and Hallie in the Doc McStuffins Clinic for Stuffed Animals and Toys in the LeapFrog Disney Doc McStuffins learning game. Hop aboard Rescue Ronda and pick up patients who need help, then make a diagnosis and recommend just the right treatment. Add a page to the Big Book of Boo-Boos for every case that's cured. This game works with LeapPad Ultra, LeapPad2 Power, LeapPad2, LeapPad1, LeapsterGS, and Leapster Explorer learning game systems (sold separately).
Join your favourite Doc McStuffins characters in a game full of pretend medical fun. Help Doc examine each toy's symptoms with a selection of tools, including a stethoscope and magnifying glass, during their check-up. Use observation, logic, and reasoning skills to make a diagnosis and give each patient the treatment they need. Each of the 24 clever diagnoses build in a fun lesson about health and hygiene, teaching about the importance of hand washing, teeth brushing, and getting fresh air.
Take Doc's helicopter Rescue Ronda to search the yard for hurt toys and then fly them back to the clinic. Watch out for bonus items to collect and obstacles to avoid, then use reasoning, observation, and a gentle touch to help cure Driedout-a-tosis, Blurrystaritis, the Dusty-Musties, and more. Once a toy feels better, review the patient's case and replay it by tapping on its page in the Big Book of Boo-Boos. Can Doc cure all 24?
Earn special bandages for achievements throughout the game. Create unique designs in the Bandage Art Studio by selecting a combination of colours, patterns, stamps, and photos. Save up to ten bandages and then use them to decorate Boo-Boo Bear. This game teaches problem solving, logic and reasoning, health and hygiene, and observational skills.
This has to be one of my daughters favourite leap pad games. It gets the most use for sure. Seems like there are lots of things for her to do on it, all of which she manages at age... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jessica
Educational and fun for Doc fans and most kids, my three year old son doesn't seem to have problems with most of this game but now and again he asks for help, this is one of his... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Emzzzz
A 4th bday present, my daughters had several games & struggled to stay interested. This one was brilliant she worked it out on her own & she stayed glued to it for at least 30 min. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Charlotte