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Learning Resources Pretend & Play Doctor Set, 19 Pieces, Blue
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- The Doctor Set features enough medical tools for the whole junior surgical staff to operate while helping to ease anxieties about check-ups.
- The 19 piece doctor play set includes stethoscope, cell phone, forceps, 3 bandages, eyeglasses, name tag, scalpel, thermometer, tweezers, syringe, blood pressure cuff, scissors, reflex hammer, bedpan, ear scope, and dental mirror
- Plastic carrying case measures 14.5”L x 3.38”W x 12.5”H, has a place for everything and provides great storage.
- Batteries: stethoscope (included), cell phone requires 2 AAA batteries, not included
- Great for ages 3+; Skill Development: Social & Behavioral, Self-Help, Language, Fine Motor
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From the manufacturer
Realistic Heartbeat Sound
Toy stethoscope comes complete with batteries, so children can enjoy imaginative play in a heartbeat.
Doctor On Call
Set includes a toy cell phone with realistic ringing sound to spark imaginary phone consultations and encourage language development.
When playtime is over, all pieces fit easily into the sturdy plastic case, which features snap-tight closures.
Grab and Go Case
Imaginary emergency? Grab the doctor’s case and go. Case measures 14.5” long by 3.38” wide by 12.5” high, perfect for taking on house calls and play dates.
Large 19-Piece Set
Includes toy stethoscope, cell phone, thermometer, blood pressure cuff, forceps, 3 bandages, eyeglasses, ID tag, scalpel, tweezer, syringe, scissors, reflex hammer, bedpan, ear scope, mirror and case.
Learning Resources offers a huge selection of early learning toys and games to help children develop key skills through play. We have toys that promote alphabet awareness, shape and color recognition, fine motor skills, imagination, and more.
Increase fine motor skills and ease anxieties about a check-up, just by playing doctor. This sturdy, plastic 19-piece play doctor set for kids features a battery-operated stethoscope, forceps, bandages, pager, cell phone and more. Everything fits into a plastic, clamp-tight case. Cell phone requires 2 AA batteries, not included.
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|Item Dimensions||14.8 x 3.3 x 11.7 in||8.1 x 9.9 x 3.4 in||9 x 14 x 7 in||8 x 9 x 3.5 in||2 x 16.5 x 13 in||9.21 x 11.18 x 2.48 in|
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+ LOTS of different tools (as shown in the picture)
+ Simple locks on the case so my younger child can't get into it
+ Just plain cute
+ Flimsy, rough plastic pieces (ie. stethoscope cuts your ears and the case will snap in the middle if your little person steps on it)
+ Plastic mold that holds the toys in place is only temporary. Once you pop the toys out, it is pretty much unusable.
+ Buttons on the pager and phone are particularly annoying, even for a kid toy. (Solution: Just don't put batteries in them)
Still, my three-year-old loves this set and has lots of fun playing doctor!
Update: She plays with this everyday! I am so glad I got this for her.
The quality and rendering of each tool is so poor that at times you can barely make out what the tool is supposed to represent.
The speculum is just a plastic cone with a hole at the tip. The reflex hammer is a piece of hard plastic.
For other tools you question how they were thinking they should be used.
The band-aids are made of hard plastic that only fits around my son wrist as a very-painful-to-put-on bracelet.
The thermometer, the stethoscope, and the sphygmomanometer (to measure the blood pressure) are simply bad. They don't have any logic in the way they operate that would help you teach a young kid what they are used for.
I was expecting more from a Learning Resources toy.
On the plus side, it comes in a easy to store carrying case.