$29.99 - $19.99
(as of Nov 12,2019 03:48:25 UTC – Details)
Barbie doll is an adventurous spirit, always enthusiastic about exploring the world, and she’s partnered with National Geographic to encourage imagination, expression and discovery through play. The Barbie entomologist doll and playset brings the world of bugs alive to help dreams fly. More than 20 accessories and fun features engage kids in role-play and exploration for all-day fun. Study bees, butterflies, ladybugs, spiders and beetles. Plug-and-play design on some pieces lets kids move them around the set and hold them in place for active storytelling and easy cleanup. Curious young minds will create a buzz with so much to do! Collect all of the Barbie National Geographic dolls and toys to expand a child’s world (each sold separately, subject to availability). Kids will love making new discoveries and dreaming about their future because when a girl plays with Barbie, she imagines everything she can become! Includes Barbie entomologist doll wearing a professional outfit, worktable, tree and 20+ themed accessories. Doll cannot stand alone. Colors and decorations may vary.
The Barbie National Geographic entomologist doll and playset creates a playtime buzz with Barbie doll, a tree for field research, a workstation for lab work, 20+ smaller pieces and fun features kids can repeat over and over!
Open the cocoon in the tree notch and reveal the beautiful butterfly inside with a pull of the lever; lift up to close.
Use the real magnifying glass to get a closer look at the insects — like a bee on its beehive!
Capture specimens with the net and hold them in the two cases!
10 insects — 2 butterflies, 2 bees, 2 spiders, 1 beetle, 1 water beetle, 1 ladybug and 1 dragonfly keep the scientist busy.
A plug-and-play design lets kids easily move and place the insects around the set — on the tree’s trunk and leaves, on the flowers and rock, even on the beehive!
A professional outfit on Barbie doll and additional pieces — a microscope, binoculars, camera and issue of National Geographic Magazine — encourage kids to fly into the world of research without limits.