The Project Mc2 dolls
were released to coincide with the Netflix original series, so if you’re
familiar with the show naturally you will want to collect these fabulous
I really like how they are packaged; alongside the doll
you get a scientific experiment to try out at home. I think this element will make them have wide-ranging appeal for
children and please parents because they are also educational. They offer excellent value for money at RRP
£24.99 and make an attractive gift for Christmas.
We were sent McKeyla’s Lava Light to build using a few
simple ingredients you can find at home (water, food colouring, veggie oil and
effervescent tablet). You can also build
Camryn’s skateboard, make Adrienne’s volcano erupt or Bryden’s glow stick
shine! I really like how the dolls are
all pitched as smart girls with characteristics parents will want their
children to identity with. They have
big ambitions for example McKeyla McAlister wants to save the world and they
are a lovely close group of friends part of a secret organisation, so overall
lots to entice the interest of children 6+.
Alongside the dolls with experiments you can also get
Project Mc2 Dolls (RRP £14.99), so something to fit all budgets. You can even buy a Advanced Digital
Intelligence Spy Notebook for £24.99, a must if you want to pretend to be in
your own secret organisation like the girls.
Secret missions and hidden compartments will appeal to the most
You can follow the girls on Facebook (Project Mc2 UK),
twitter (@ProjectMc2UK) and Instagram (Project_Mc2UK) for exclusive news,
competitions and more! So before you
head off to follow those social media pages I have a doll to giveaway
here. If you would like to enter then
please fill out the form below by the 20th of December (sorry the
prize will not arrive in time for Christmas, but will be a lovely treat for
your child in the New Year!).