Say Ahhhh: Additions to a Play Doctor's Kit

Say Ahhhh: Additions to a Play Doctor's Kit

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Beth Callaghan
May 23, 2013

If your child wants to play doctor (or if you're trying to give them a little career nudge!), you'll probably want to invest in a play doctor's kit. But a doctor's kit can only hold so many tools, so you may want to supplement with some of these cute additions I've rounded up.

With a doctor kit, you'll get the usual stethoscope, thermometer, maybe a pretend syringe. These products and tutorials can expand that stash so you'll have a high-tech medical center in no time.

1. Does your patient need a script? No worries with this DIY Play Prescription Pad at Testy Yet Trying.

2. If your teddy bear has a scratch, you'll want some Play Band-Aids from Etsy Shop I Felt It Up, $17.

3. After you've filled your prescription, you'll need some Play Medicine Bottles like these from Love and Lollipops.

4. You can't treat your patient without intake forms, exam sheets, or an eye chart. Download these free Doctor and Patient Forms at Parenting with Professor Poppins.

5. Why not go all in and just set up an entire doctor's office or hospital? You'll find lots of inspiration at Play at Home Mom.

(Images: as linked above)

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