I was sent her to review and I must admit I have been just as impressed as I was with the Bryden doll which I also reviewed.
Let me tell you a little more about the experiments range from Project Mc2.
This set of dolls are all based on S.T.E.A.M. Which is Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Maths. Along with each doll comes with a little experiment that links to one of the S.T.E.A.M subjects.
Its super clever as you actually don't need to add much water as your hanging container which is called a terrarium acts as like an aquarium for plants by trapping in the moisture.
The dolls body is quite delicate, all her limbs bend. Even her little hands can move. This is great for getting your doll to sit down and also create hand motions. She stands at 12 inch tall and comes with the cutest most colourful outfit. She wears pretty floral boots and comes with her own backpack and brush. All of the outfit is made with such detail. Her belt has the tinniest of flowers printed onto it and you have to love her beautiful daisy chain on top of her head.
To check out the rest of the Project Mc2 Girls, click here.
What would you grow in your little hanging garden?
I'm constantly amazed at what people manage to come up with :)ReplyDelete
My eldest daughter loves project Mc2, really good to see a science themed tv show (and toys) aimed at girls for a changeReplyDelete
Not sure what we'd grow, but what a great toy. So much better than Barbie!ReplyDelete
Probably some cress as it grows quickly so would motivate to plant some moreReplyDelete
Sunflowers or pea plants, the only things we ever manage to sucessfully growReplyDelete
Lovely doll, also I do like Science :- such an interesting and valueable topic. Great to have dolls and toys which encourage learning.ReplyDelete
Such a pretty doll.ReplyDelete
Tartan. Nice outfit.ReplyDelete
This is different and something that I am sure my daughter would loveReplyDelete
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This looks a great doll, loving her boots!ReplyDelete