Dora the Explorer is a favorite character of children and parents for a number of reasons. Because of Dora’s infectious and upbeat positivity, Dora games and toys inspire a sense of adventure, confidence, and imagination. Relationships with friends and family are important to Dora. She instills a respect and curiosity for other cultures and even helps young viewers learn a little bit of Spanish. On her TV adventures, Dora and viewers solve riddles and puzzles together.
Young Dora fans love to have a bit of that magic in their own homes with Dora games, toys, and products. Play, build, imagine, and travel with these exciting Dora The Explorer items.
Exciting and Fun Dora Games and Toys
Dora Explorer’s Backpack is the perfect accessory for your little explorer. They’ll be ready to set out on any adventure with a map, pretend-play phone, binoculars, camera, and passport. For even more Dora fun, there’s a bracelet just like Dora’s. In addition, Isa and Swiper charms clip on to the adorable and familiar purple backpack. Open and close the backpack with or without the included key. All of the accessories lend themselves to a sense of confidence, friendship, and adventure. Reviewers agree that their little Dora fans absolutely love this backpack and playset.
Be careful, little ones will want to take the Fisher-Price Talking Dora Surprise everywhere. Dora will be right by their side as they watch the show and and play with their other Dora games and toys. The 10-inch plush doll is perfect for play and cuddling. She’s the perfect companion for watching the show or for your little explorer’s own exciting adventures. She features her familiar sweatsuit and of course the magical backpack. But, open the pack and there’s a hidden surprise inside. Each toy includes one of three special items: pretend binoculars, camera, or a magnifying glass. Dora says three familiar phrases: “Hola I’m Dora”, “We did it, Soy Hicimas”, and “Swiper no swiping”.
Dora and Kai-Lan’s Pet Shelter for Nintendo DS is one of the most popular video games featuring Dora the Explorer. Inspiring compassion for animals in its young players, Dora and Kai-Lan care for lost pets and help them find loving forever homes. Children must learn the attributes of the animals and match them up with prospective owners. Players also enjoy backyard games, dress-up their pets, and teach them new tricks to earn treats, toys, hats and more. Dora games for the Nintendo DS are compatible with the original Nintendo DS game system as well as more recent systems like the 2DS and 3DS.
With Mega Bloks Dora’s House, Dora the Explorer inspires adventure and imaginative maker skills. This set is for the youngest builders. Little makers can follow along with the story book while building and receive a sticker for completing Dora’s house. After that, they can take it apart and build their own creations. The building set includes blocks and accessories like a palm tree, furniture, patio table, umbrella, and sticker sheet. There are also Dora and Boots the Monkey block buddies for even more fun. All of the pieces fit into the included bag for convenient storage and travel.
The Delta Dora The Explorer Desk Chair and Storage is a perfect accessory for playrooms and bedrooms. Dora fans will love to draw, color, eat snacks, and play Dora games while sitting at their charming and colorful desk. Cool features include a removable cup holder and a fabric storage drawer underneath the seat. Both help keep all those books and art supplies organized. The desk does require some assembly, but reviewers report that it’s easy and quick. Fits children up to 50 lbs.
If you’re looking for a fully immersive Dora play experience with nearly endless playability, look no further. The Fisher-Price Dora The Explorer Dora and Me Dollhouse is a well-appointed dollhouse featuring favorite characters and even a few surprises. There are seven rooms to fill and rearrange with the included accessories. There’s a bed, couch, oven, sink, craft table that transforms into a tea table, and two stools to fully outfit the house. Play characters include Dora, Mami, Papi, and Perrito. But that’s not all! Press the button to hear real house sounds and 75 phrases in English & Spanish. The back of the house folds up for easy storage. This toy offers hours and hours of hands-on, imaginative fun.
Delve into the playable world of Dora the Explorer with the Fisher-Price Nickelodeon Dora and Friends Cafe. Join Dora and her friends to put on exciting events at the Arco Iris Café. The colorful playset features two floors and lights, sounds, and phrases. There are more than ten play pieces including Dora, magic charms, and a charm bracelet to wear. When little explorers press the button on the front of the café, Dora will ask for help. Just like on the show, players use a magical charm bracelet and charms to help on the adventure. Dora will ask for certain charms and when they are placed properly, the café’s lights shine and songs and English and Spanish phrases play.
Do some real exploring on the Power Wheels Nickelodeon Dora & Friends Lil Quad. Designed especially for toddlers, this popular Power Wheels vehicle features simple push button start, easy to grip handlebars, and comfortable footrests. It also features your child’s favorite Dora characters. It’s low to the ground, very stable, and easy for little ones to climb on and off. A max speed of 2 mph is safe for little riders.
Sometimes little ones need to take a break from their exciting Doran games and toys. Lunchtime is lots of fun with the Nickelodeon Dora Dual Lunch Box Kit. Colorful Dora and Boots decorate the outside of the lunch box, along with sparkly lettering. The insulated pack keeps food cool and two compartments help to keep items separated. There’s enough room for plenty of food and snacks and it’s easy to carry with the comfortable handle. While it’s great for lunch and snack time, many users report that their children use it to store, organize, and carry things like art supplies, and game systems and games.
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Source: Fractus Learning