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Dramatic Play - Doctor's Office Pretend Play Pack

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    Non-Editable:  PDF

  • Pages

    Pages:  1

  • Curriculum

    Curriculum:  CCSS, TEKS

  • Grade

    Grade:  PK - K

Create a dramatic play center with this doctor's office kit.

Why is Dramatic Play Important?

The dramatic play center is an area in the classroom where students can pretend, imagine, and be creative. This is powerful for our little learners. Students can pretend to be anyone and do anything! Through this type of play, students can learn and develop skills in all learning domains (language, literacy, math, science, social studies, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, and social skills).

Let’s Go to the Doctor! Dramatic Play Decorations

This fun dramatic play kit can be used in your classroom theme or at home to create a doctor’s office play area.

This themed display will help your students immerse themselves in imaginative role-play.

Resources in this doctor’s office dramatic play kit include:

  • display banner
  • word wall
  • various ‘doctor’s office signs, e.g., doctor on duty, reception desk, waiting area, etc.
  • patient medical examination form
  • various posters, e.g., eye chart, x-ray chart, EKG chart
  • appointment list and appointment reminder cards
  • doctor’s office tray labels
  • doctor’s office jar labels  – these can be printed several to a page to allow for different jar sizes.
  • printable scales and height chart
  • printable thermometers
  • printable patient medical wristbands

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