We’ve had a lot of fun with Doc McStuffins Pretend Play so I decided to add to it with these easy to assemble Doc McStuffins Themed Learning Activities. I printed these Doc McStuffins Character Cards and used those to write the “diagnosis” on for each activity.
Doc, what’s the diagnosis?
(Sorting straws into play dough)
Cut 2 colors of straws into 2 different lengths.
Your child can sort the straws by size or by color as he sticks them into the play dough.
(What Goes Together?)
Gather random items from around the house and toy box. Mix them up and challenge your child to find the items that go together.
Examples: cone and ice cream, shot and band aid, fork and spoon, cookie and frosting, cake and candle
Scared of My Shadow Syndrome
(Match the object to its outline)
Gather a few items from around the house or toy box. Trace them onto a piece of paper (color them in if you want a real shadow look) and challenge your child to find each item’s shadow/match.
(Put together the puzzle)
This was just a fun way to challenge her to complete a puzzle she normally wouldn’t pick on her own.
My 1st grader wanted to be a part of the fun so I quickly made him a few activities to go along with our Doc McStuffins Theme.
(from left to right)
Mix-Up-itis: Unscramble your spelling words
Match-a-tosis: Match the addition equations that have the same answers
Scared of My Shadow Syndrome: How much money is there all together?