Sweethearts: Doc McStuffins Printables

More Doc Printables: Simple and Sweet Doc Party Printables 

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Add a cute and clever touch of creativity to your child’s birthday party with these lovely Doc McStuffins printables. These multi-purpose printables are fit for a toddler’s birthday party or they can even be used to inspire an older child who dreams to be a doctor someday. You can place the printables in a frame and let the birthday kid, or even guests, choose their favorite printable to hold onto as keepsakes. 

SHOP: Creative Doc McStuffins Birthday Party Printables

Waiting Room

Set a sweet and friendly doctor’s office atmosphere with this charming waiting room sign:

Doc McStuffins party printable

Doctor’s Office Sign

Let your imagination guide you: The doctor’s office area of the party can be use to represent special details and photos of the birthday girl. It can also be used as an activity and games section. Or, the doctor’s office can simply be the general gathering area of the party. 

Doc McStuffins printables

Pharmacy

This pharmacy printable sign adds a splendid touch of wisdom and inspiration to your child’s party. The savvy pharmacy section can consist of candy placed in decorative jars, fruit placed in clear fruit cups, or whatever you think the kids will love. This cute little pink medical-style jar provides children with a lifetime prescription of Friendship!

Doc McStuffins party printables


 

Time for your Checkup (Disney Song Lyrics)

Everyone: time for your checkup time for your checkup

Doc : I’m gonna check your ears check your eyes find out how much you’ve grown..

Toys: Time for your checkup

Doc : Then I listen to your heartbeat fix you up ready to go..

Toys: time for your checkup

Doc: It’s okay if you wiggle. This will only tickle a little.

Everyone: time for checkup time for your checkup

Doc McStuffins Birthday Party Printables

Sweet & Smart: Party Printables for Your Little Sweetheart

The colors pink and purple, hearts, band aids and stuffed animals are some of the primary features of Doc McStuffins. To honor copyright laws,  I do not use any licensed images in my printables; however, these printables still incorporate many  attributes of Doc McStuffins that kids will recognize and love.

These multi-purpose printables are fit for a toddler’s birthday party. Or, they can even be used to inspire an older child who dreams to be a doctor someday. Let your child’s passion and imagination spark your creativity.

You can place the printables in a frame and let the birthday girl, or even guests, choose their favorites to hold onto as keepsakes. Furthermore, they can also be used as all types of photo gifts. As time goes on, I will certainly post the many creative ways these printables can be used. Right now, it’s a job within itself just getting them made, resized and uploaded.

SHOP: Creative Doc McStuffins Birthday Party Printables

Honor the presence of your special little birthday doctor with this charming sign that features the popular Doc McStuffins phrase The Doc is In.

Doc McStuffins birthday party printables

 Disney’s Doc McStuffins Theme Song Lyrics

The doc is in and she’ll fix you up.
If you’re a toy then you’re in luck.
it’s okay, don’t be afraid, the doc really knows her stuff.
Doo-Doo-Doo you know it’s good for you..
The doc is gonna help you feel better.
Oh-Oh-Oh it’s the place to go
when you feel a little under the weather.
Let Doc McStuffins do her thing,
to get you right back in the swing.
Doc McStuffins-Doc McStuffins
Come and let the visit begin
the doc is in.
Doc McStuffins-Doc McStuffins
Come and let the visit begin
the doc is in…

Printable Welcome Sign

Welcome your party guests with this cute, colorful and creative welcome sign!

doc mcstuffins birthday party printable

 


 

It’s Time for Your Checkup!

Doc McStuffins Party Ideas 

(Cakes, Cupcakes, Fruit, Printables and more! Doc McStuffins party ideas galore!)

Doc McStuffins birthday party printables

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Disney’s Frozen

FrozenOccasionally, the apartment complex I live in has movie night for the residents. I say “night,” but I really mean mid-afternoon, because the showings are usually between 4:00 and 5:30. Anyway, the movie they were showing a couple of days ago was Frozen, and I had honestly never seen this movie before. I’d heard great things about it, and I knew that it won the Academy Award for Best Animated Movie and Best Original Song, but I had never really sat down to take it in before. Since I had the rare day off, I decided to take my daughter down to the office to give it a watch, and see what all the fuss was about. We only made it an hour before we had to go, but I can freely admit that it was one of the best movies I have ever seen.

Starring the voices of Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad, and Santino Fontana, Frozen tells the story of Elsa (Menzel) and Anna (Bell), two princesses from the country of Arendelle. Elsa is born with the ability to create ice at will, and – as she is the oldest – she is also the heir to the throne of Arendelle. While playing with her sister late one night, Elsa accidentally sends a blast of ice at Anna, striking her in the head. The king and queen take their daughter to the Troll King, who heals Anna, but gives the king and queen a prophecy of what Elsa’s powers can mean if she doesn’t learn to control them. The king and queen interpret this as to keep the two children isolated from each other, and teaching Elsa to conceal her powers instead of embracing them. Anna grows up to be a wild child with reckless abandon, whereas Elsa grows up to be cold and sullen. Sadly, the king and queen die in a storm at sea, and Elsa prepares for her ascension to the throne, albeit with some trepidation due to her powers. The coronation goes off without a hitch, but complications arise, forcing Elsa to flee the kingdom, leaving Anna to chase after her.

This being a Disney movie, the music in the film is amazing. Having Idina Menzel as a deuteragonist doesn’t hurt matters. Her song “Let it Go” is a classic Award Bait song, and it reeled in several of them, as that song is considered one of the Disney’s classics.

Now, as much as I love this song, I also love the reprise to the song “For the First Time in Forever.” I love the contrast between Menzel and Bell’s singing voices as their stories fight for control of the song, much like the original version of the song.

This is a beautiful movie, and it’s one that I implore you to watch with your family at your earliest convenience; you won’t be disappointed.

A Strawberry Festival Party

A few weeks ago, we went to our local Strawberry Festival. This was Megan’s second trip there. She was with two of her cousins and they all had so much fun. She took her first pony ride, and was not the least bit scared.

There was a fair, a lot of great food and talented artists. 

strawberry festival party

Image credit: Baldwin County Strawberry Festival

Bird Houses

 

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Strawberry Facts for Kids

 Strawberries are the first fruit to ripen in spring and early summer. They are the most cultivated berry in the country. They are grown in every state and are available at most farmer’s markets, if only for a brief time in colder climates. Source: Baldwin County Strawberry Festival

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On average there are 200 seeds on strawberries. Strawberries are not really berries but are members of the rose family. The most popular types of strawberries are Selva, Pojaro, and Parkers. Strawberries are an excellent source of Vitamin C. The small seeds embedded in their skin provide a good source of fiber.

For more interesting strawberry facts, visit Fresh for Kids. 


A Strawberry Festival Party of Ideas

If you are planning a strawberry themed party, or if you will simple have a strawberry display at your next special children’s event, be sure to include unique information such as strawberry facts, strawberry photos and strawberry printables. 

Including unique and detailed touches are a great way to honor the child who loves fruit or strawberries. 

I am in the process of working on creating strawberry party printables and other themed party printables! Sign up for our newsletter to be notified of when the printables will become available.

This post concludes my strawberry series for 2013! As time goes on, I will continue to add more content to each category.

View my Strawberry Fields: A Field of Fun Ideas for Kids page for a host of creative and Pinterest-inspired ideas such as: strawberry cakes and cupcakes, strawberry drinks, strawberry ice cream, strawberries and chocolate, strawberry books and more!