This provided many opportunities to discuss how our organs work.
She loves it.
My granddaughter loves it! She loves learning the parts and purposes. And putting her back together to go on daily adventures!
Oklahoma City, OK
This is a fun and exciting gift and a chance to see what cannot be seen. It is an early education tool and allows for interactions with children when they are still sponges for data. "My belly hurts" followed by, "Here is your stomach".
North Hadley MA
Can be used as you would any doll, but also educational opportunity for the whole family. Promotes discussion and body awareness.
Grandson uses this in conjunction with his Dr medical kit and with Mom's help to understand the inner workings of the body. He likes to treat his Little Patient.
My son is 5 and he loves his little patient. He especially loves pulling out the organs and carefully placing them back in until he gets to the intestines. The intestines don't really sit well in the chest cavity, this makes my son frustrated. But he still likes learning about each organ. I've already recommended this to a friend where he purchased one for his nephew.
I've always loved anatomical and other medical toys. I've always found them curiously amusing. I've always wanted to stimulate an interest in science in my family.
Birmingham, MI, USA
The quality is good, however, the "belly" zipper is very difficult to close, and requires manipulation of the fabric in order to close up the patient. This is a bit disappointing considering the price point. Other then that, my 4-year daughter has been happy playing surgeon with her new little patient.
She loves this gift.We also got as book from Dr Seuss about the body for her. Now she has hours of fun playing with her patient.
Anne by the lake