Tuesday, 23 October 2018

Peppa Pig Mobile Medical Centre Review

Two of Lily's favourite things are Peppa Pig and playing doctors and nurses. So when we got the chance to review this Peppa Pig Mobile Medical Centre I just knew she would love it. 

Lily has a nice selection of Peppa toys now and it is something she plays with often. She really loves anything on wheels that she can push around so this new toy was going to be a great addition to her collection.

When the toy came Lily was delighted with it. The way the toys are displayed for Peppa is so the child can see it straight away, Lily happily admired every detail telling me what the toy was and she couldn't wait to get it open. 




The toy was super easy to open and had tied at the back which I managed to pull open with out even cutting them. I love it when a toy is easy to get out. Nothing worse than a child sat waiting for a toy and not being able to play with it.

Inside the toy there is the medical centre, a waiting room, nurse Peppa pig, the doctor, a waiting desk, a bed, a little first aid kit and teddy. 




I think the set up is great. The waiting room attaches to the medical centre making it into a roof so then it can look more like a truck and can be driven around. In the front of the truck there are 2 seats for Peppa and the doctor to sit in. The doors don't open though and you have to put them in their seats through the windows. 



It is such a great toy for imagination, pushing Peppa to an emergency and then setting up the waiting room ready for people to come and be seen. The seats in the emergency room are attached to it. You then open up the truck more so then it makes a set of stairs which leads up to the medical centre. 



There is another part that folds out and it has a wall of stickers showing a first aid kit and medicines.

I think it is great for kids that at first its just a truck but then folds out into so many different ways for them to play with. Lily managed to fold out the truck and fold it back away again all by herself, but she did struggle to get the roof on properly a few times. 





Another great thing about the toy is that the plastic used is really nice and smooth with no nasty edges for children to hurt their fingers with.

Lily was really happy with this toy, she loved putting the teddy on the table and playing doctors scenarios with it. Her favourite thing to do though is to put them in the driving seats and make them travel places. 




The set is available at Character Online and is part of the new "When I grow up" Range. 

Would your child love to play with the new Peppa Mobile Medical Centre? 

15 comments:

  1. Can see this being a big hit here - my GREAT neice adores peppa

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  2. My grandson loves Peppa Pig! He would have great fun with this :)

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  3. My daughter absolutely loves Peppa Pig. After seeing these photos and reading your review, I will be popping this on her Christmas list!

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  4. Absolutely:- Yes.

    Rachel Craig

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  5. My daughter loves Peppa pig, great toy to unlish their imagination.

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  6. I know a child who would love this it might have to go on the Christmas list.

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  7. Lots of fun for Lily.

    Rachel Craig

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  8. My great grandson, Arlo adored Peepa Pig and is a big fan of George!

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  9. Packaging does allow for easy viewing of the toy, can see why Lily was so interested. Even when toy still in it's packaging box.

    Rachel Craig

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  10. Themed toy that may appeal to many children.

    Rachel Craig

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  11. Looks like fun for children. But also probably helps them to mentally prepare themselves for hospital / clinic appointments, etc.

    Rachel Craig

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  12. Wondering if there will be Mobile Medical Centres in reality. For Health Screening. Perhaps minor injuries for sports events, etc.

    Rachel Craig

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  13. My daughter would love this who doesn't love peppa pig

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  14. As children do encounter meeting Doctors and Nurses from a young age :- Vaccinations, Developmental checks, etc. Seems quite natural that children are interested in playing with this themed toy. Likely to encourage / enable little ones to ask their parents / Carers, etc any questions they have regarding health care, etc.

    Can also be an introduction / window into the adult world of paid employment, career options, etc.

    Rachel Craig

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