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Name Emma
Species Human
Gender Female
Occupation Musician
Interests Music
Dislikes N/A
First Appearance School Science Fair (Dora the Explorer)
Last Appearance TBA
Friends Dora, Alana, Naiya, Kate, Pablo
Relatives TBA
Enemies N/A
Voiced By Karen Scarboyoo (Dora the Explorer)
Kayta Thomas (Dora & Friends)

Emma is an explorer girl who loves music. She made her first appearance in the episode School Science Fair for the TV show Dora the Explorer.


Emma teamed up with Dora to make a homemade volcano to take to the science fair at school.


  • She has dark skin, brown eyes, brown hair, black and eyebrows
  • She wore a yellow short-sleeved shirt, a purple skirt, a blue ribbon tied into a bow in her hair at the back and had a cyan backpack on Dora the Explorer.
  • She wore a yellow sweater, a white shirt underneath it, a pink skirt, pink shoes, pink earrings and had a music note necklace on Dora and Friends: Into the City.
  • In Explorer Girls, she had curlier hair with pink bows and wore a mint green cardigan over a cream-colored shirt, a light blue skirt, and navy blue and white flats.
  • In Our First Concert, Emma had box braids, wore a yellow sleeveless dress with orange trim and polka-dots, pink and yellow bracelets, and orange shoes.



  • Emma was voiced by Karen Scarboyoo on Dora the Explorer.
  • Emma is now currently voiced by Kayta Thomas on Dora and Friends:Into the City!.
  • Emma is into music and can play the violin.
  • Emma's puppy is named Lala.


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Major characters
Main Márquez family
Dora | Diego | Alicia | Mami | Papi | Abuela | Guillermo | Isabella
Swiper | Grumpy Old Troll | Bobo Brothers | Alejandro
Object helpers
Backpack | Map | Rescue Pack | Click
Forest friends
Boots | Tico | Benny | Isa | Big Red Chicken | Señor Tucán | Fiesta Trio | Baby Jaguar
City friends
Pablo | Alana | Emma | Kate | Naiya | Sammy | Randy
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