Doc McStuffins Pretend Play (printables)

Doc McStuffins Pretend Play
From my experience, rearranging toys or moving things to a different spot really seems to inspire more pretend play, playing with those toys in a different way, or even just playing with them in general when they haven’t been touched in months.  That is what inspired this Doc McStuffins Pretend Play.
I moved our small table and chairs to a different spot. Brought out the doctor kit, a toy laptop, a notebook and pen, and even a microphone for calling patience into the office.
Doc McStuffins Pretend Play
Here is our waiting room area.
It was so funny to hear N (3 years old) say into the microphone “Bomb Bird to the check up area” or “Abby Cadabby please”.
Doc McStuffins Pretend Play
The microphone was an added bonus. If you don’t have one of these, you could use a play phone.
For older children, make a checklist on a piece of paper that they can use when they see their patients.
Doc McStuffins Pretend Play
You can use ANYTHING for your doctor’s office. Gather things you already have and get started. So fun!
Doc McStuffins Pretend Play
Check out these great Doc McStuffins themed free printables!
Doc McStuffins Pretend Play
Free Doc McStuffins Preschool Pack from Super Mommy to the Rescue
Doc McStuffins Pretend Play
Doc McStuffins Coloring Pages  at Disney Jr.


  1. says

    I built a vet center out of cardboard boxes (nothing fancy, they aren’t painted or covered or anything) they are stacked three high, the ones on top are small for her stuffed animals who have to be left in the clinic over night. I cut doors in them and the bottom one is big enough for her to get inside. I printed out medicine bottle labels and glued them to old clean medicine bottles with labels like “Unicorn Cream” and “Bear Salve”. I bought her a lab coat from with her name embroidered on it. She has her cash register with a built in mic, an old broke lap top, and her medical supplies (my sister gave her a real doctor kit for Christmas which included a real stethoscope, a breathing treatment machine, etc.) on her little table beside the vet center. She has a clip board where she writes her patients names and their treatments. She’s a budding vet.


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