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Get Well Doctor Activity Center

Regular price R 3,950.00 ZAR
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This sturdy, multi-sided wooden play space has everything kids need to role play visits to the doctor’s office! Kids can be the patient or the doctor, the receptionist, or the nurse. It’s a great way to ease kids’ fears about doctor visits and to encourage nurturing and empathetic play.

The waiting area includes a seat, clock, and fun changeable artwork. Sign in and check out with a credit card reader and card, fill out a reusable patient file, and take appointments with the wooden play phone. Wash up in the sink, display X-rays, monitor blood pressure, tip the scale, measure height, and read the eye chart. There’s plenty of storage in this easy to assemble play space and there’s also plenty of room for imaginations to grow!

Part of the award-winning range of toys by Melissa & Doug. Trusted by more than 60 million moms and dads around the world. Melissa & Doug has created beautifully crafted, safe products for kids for more than 30 years.

Details:

Age: Suitable from 3+ years.

Measures: 90.1cmL x 94.6cmW x 53.8cmH.

Assembly: Adult assembly required. Contains small parts before assembly. Illustrated assembly instructions included. Phillips head screwdriver required.

Product Safety: Conforms to the relevant child safety standards.

Country of Origin: Designed in USA.

Discover Countless Ways To Play

FIELD TRIP: Pretend you are giving a tour of the doctor’s office to a class on a field trip! Talk about what people do in each area and how the equipment is used.

ROLE PLAY: Alternate playing different roles at the Get Well Center! There’s the patient who is visiting the center, the receptionist who collects information, keeps track of the schedule, and collects payment, the nurse who weighs, measures, and preps the patient, and the doctor who performs the exam!

REASON FOR VISIT: On pieces of scrap paper, write different reasons someone might visit the doctor. Mix up pieces, choose one at random, then treat the patient!