MGA Entertainment unveils new Project Mc2 line

To celebrate the launch of Project Mc2 season two, MGA Entertainment ahs unveiled a new line of dolls for fans to enjoy.

The fashion dolls each come with their own experiment that kids can perform at home, with prices starting from £24.99.

Included in the line is McKeyla’s Glitter Light Bulb, which shows how tap water can conduct electricity, Adrienne’s Bath Fizz, which teaches kids how to make their own bath bombs and Bryden’s Panda Speaker, which lets children complete an electrical circuit to make music play.

Other experiment dolls include Ember’s Garden and Devon’s Puffy Paint, plus a new line of Project Mc2 Core Dolls will also be available for £14.99.

Other new items also launching include a new Remote Control Car for £59.99, a Project Mc2 Ultimate Spy Bag priced at £39.99, a Lip Gloss Voice Recorder for £19.99, an Advanced Digital Intelligence Spy Notebook for £24.99 and an Ultimate Lab Kit priced at £49.99.

“Project Mc2is a truly exciting and inspirational brand,” said Marian Davis, marketing manager at MGA.

“We feel as though we’ve created something totally new – with a fun, fast-paced action show and a very cool fashion doll line. Both the show and product range align with S.T.E.A.M. to inspire and encourage the next generation to pursue these important topics.”

Season two of the show will launch on Netflix on August 12th, with a core focus on S.T.E.A.M subjects (science, technology, engineering, art and maths).

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