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FREE Doctor Pretend Play Printables

Kids will feel official and play for hours when you add these super CUTE (and free) Doctor Pretend Play Printables to their pretend play! 8-page set to encourage creativity in toddlers, preschoolers, prek, kindergartners, and grade 1.

Kids will feel official and play for hours when you add these super CUTE (and free) Doctor Pretend Play Printables to their pretend play! 8-page set to encourage creativity in toddlers, preschoolers, prek, kindergartners, and grade 1.

Does anyone need a doctor? Kids love pretending to be doctors as they engage in age appropriate dramatic play. They love listening to your heart with a stethoscope, taking blood pressure with the cuff they get to pump, finding your temperature with a thermometer, hitting your knee, looking in your ear, and mostly – giving shots! It is healthy for your baby, toddler, preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and first grade child to act out what they experience. It helps them process their feelings, anxiety over going to the doctors office, and awe of the nice dr in the white coat who sticks a tongue depressor in their mouth and asks them to say “ah”.

We all played with the fisher price doctor kit growing up, and now their are lots of choices for doctor kits on the market (or at garage sales). But one thing that is rarely included is all the fun extras like eye chart, prescription pad, check-up checklist, band-aids, and more. So we whipped up this free printable pack filled with 8 pages to encourage creativity as your children enjoy Doctor Pretend Play.

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Pretend play printables for kids playing doctor - cute printable prescription pad, medicine printables, and check-up sheet

Doctor Pretend Play

Playing doctor is something I think most kids have or will do. I remember playing doctor when I was little and I of course played with my own kids. Pretend play is not just play, though. There are benefits that we may not even think about. These benefits make this Doctor Pretend Play Printable Set even more exciting! 

toddler, preschool pretend play printables with 8 pages including doctor name tag, bandaids, patient checklist and more

Pretend play is fantastic for helping children strengthen skills, develop and grow. Dramatic play can help: 

  • strengthen social development skills
  • help build language development
  • emotional development
  • critical thinking
  • fine and gross motor skills
Doctor Printables to print for free including this patient check list for pretend physicians to note what is wrong with patient

Patient check list for pretend physicians to note what is wrong with their sick friend: high fever, cough, sneeze, stomach ache, eye pain, ear pain, head ache, and more. Plus do they need a blood test, xray, shot, medicine, listen to heart, or other.

Pretend Play Printables

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> Download <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie. Print the pages in black and white and color on plain printer paper.  Whether you are a parent, teacher, grandma, homeschooler, or daycare – you will love using these adorable doctor printables to enhance students dramatic play!

This set includes all the printables that you will need to set up a doctor’s office pretend play center for your kids. You will want to have a pencil, pen, crayon, or marker on hand for your child to fill out the doctor forms.  Now set out the printables, a kids doctor kit, and some optional items if you like such as: Bandaids, Cotton Balls & Q-tips, or an official looking clipboard. Your are ready for loads of fun all morning long as you pretend play.

doctor printables for kids including patient information sheet for students to write down contact information, allergies, and vital signs.

Patient Information Record Sheet includes contact info, allergies, blood pressure, heart rate, temperature, vision, and more.

Doctor Printables

  • Patient Information: This sheet is the basic information that a doctor needs about a patient. This includes such questions as name, age, birthday, height and weight, eye and hair color, and allergies. There is also a portion for vitals like blood pressure, heart rate, temperature and vision score. 
  • Patient Checklist: This is a place where the doctor or nurse can record what symptoms the patient has. There is also a black and white bear where the location of pain or affliction can be recorded. The bottom of the sheet includes the tests or procedures that are suggested. printable doctor eye chart for kids pretend playas doctors or ophthalmologists
  • Eye Chart: Just like an eye chart at the eye doctor, this eye chart can be hung up and read from across the room. 
  • Prescription Forms: If medicine is required treatment, there are prescription forms for the patient to take to the pharmacist. 
  • Name Tags: There are name tags for doctors and nurses. We included some with pictures of doctors and nurses on it, while there are two that are blank. Children could draw in their own picture in this space.
  • Accessories: If you don’t have doctor tool toys, we have included bandaids, cups of medicine, thermometer, a ear/nose/throat magnifying tool, and more!

All of these printables are perfect for kids to use on their own or in a small group. You can print as many as you need or my suggestion would be to laminate the pieces. This way they can be used with a dry erase marker and used over and over again!


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Deanna Hershberger is a work at home mom, coffee obsessed, a diy addict and a Netflix binger. She spends her days playing and making with her daughter and enjoys quiet nights at home with her husband. She shares all of this on her blog Play Dough & Popsicles.

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