This set contains labels to keep your dramatic play doctor office organized and make clean-up a breeze for students. Labels included for:
There are three posters to indicate where to hang doctor coats, scrubs or nurse attire. Also included are small "name tags" to make into necklaces to identify what role the student is playing (and to make sure not all kids are a doctor/nurse).
Step by Step Poster Cards are to give students ideas of how to treat the patient and what order they could use the medical equipment. These 7 steps are the same items, in the same order as what is on the medical form.
1. Take Name
2. Give Brcelet
3. Listen to Heart
4. Give Shot
5. Put on Band-Aid
6. Take Temperature
7. Give Medicine
A "Medical Records" patient form with picture cues to follow when treating the patient. A "Prescription Pad" graphic is for students to write their own prescription whether it be to copy words, inventive spelling, scribbles or simple marks.
There are additional activities:
What Tools Do I Use? (color the tools I use) (boy and girl pages)
He/She/Him/Her Question Cards
Size Sort (big/little or small/medium/large) and labels
Enjoy these labels, steps to follow and additional activities while playing Doctor Office or learning about Community Helpers. This was developed to help support what I was needing in my Early Childhood Special Education and Title 1 Preschool Classes.