Preschool Toys doctors set gift ideas

Published on November 13th, 2017 | by Tae

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Doctors Set Gift Ideas For Preschoolers

A doctors set is on the list for my littlest this year. She didn’t exactly ask for it, but she uses her brothers tool kit as a make shift doctors set, so I thought I should get her a real one of her own! If there’s one on your child’s list, after much browsing I’m able to show you a list of the best ones I found! Here’s our doctors set gift ideas!

Doctors Set Gift Ideas – Fisher Price Medical Kit

RRP £19.99

doctors set gift ideas

Fisher Price Medical Kit on Amazon UK

  • Stethoscope with Heartbeat Sounds
  • Blood Pressure Cuff
  • Thermometer
  • Otoscope – aka the “ear thing”
  • Syringe
  • Bandage
  • Fabric Doctor Bag

What attracted me to this at first was the Fisher Price name. I’ve never been let down by their quality! I was drawn to the fact the stethoscope plays real heartbeat sounds and a couple of other bits seem interactive too. The thermometer goes from sick to well with the push of a button, and the blood pressure gauge moves too. The only reason I didn’t choose it for my toddler, is that I wanted a case rather than a fabric bag.

Doctors Set Gift Ideas – Le Toy Van Wooden Doctors Set

RRP £39.95

doctors set gift ideas

Le Toy Van Wooden Doctors Set on Amazon UK

  • Thermomter
  • Stethoscope
  • Syringe 
  • Blood Pressure Cuff
  • Otoscope
  • Reflex Hammer
  • Scissors
  • 2 x Medicine Bottles
  • Doctors Bag

I really, really loved the look of this doctors set.  It’s got a vintage look to it and I adore wooden toys so much more than plastic. I liked that they added a few extras too, scissors/reflex hammer/medicine bottles. Unfortunately, I didn’t choose this set for my daughter, as the price was too steep as it’s not her main present. If this was the main gift, it would be my first choice!

Doctors Set Gift Ideas – Melissa & Doug Doctor Role Play Set

RRP £21.99

doctors set gift ideas

Melissa & Doug Doctor Role Play Set on Amazon UK

  • Doctors Mask/Coat
  • Reflex Hammer
  • Stethoscope
  • Otoscope
  • Syringe
  • Name Tag

Argh! I was so torn on this one! My daughter loves dressing up so much! You get all the important parts of a doctors set and an outfit too. What’s not to love? I’m actually sitting here questioning why I didn’t choose to get her this one now. In the end, I decided I wanted a case set for her, rather than to just have even more bitty toys floating around that she’d lose in a sea of plastic fruit and veg. I think I’m just trying to convince myself I made the right choice though.

Doctors Set Gift Ideas – Early Learning Center Medical Case

RRP £24.99

doctors set gift ideas

ELC Medical Case on Amazon UK

  • Stethoscope
  • Bandage
  • Blood Pressure Cuff
  • Powder Shaker
  • Reflex Hammer
  • Otoscope
  • Scissors
  • Syringe
  • Tweezers
  • Name Badge

Looks great and has everything you’d want in a doctors set and more. ELC is a trusted brand for me too. The only reason I didn’t choose this one, is that I wanted some interactivity with the pieces, I at least wanted the stethoscope to make a heartbeat noise. If features aren’t important to you in imagination play toys though, this would be a solid choice.

Doctors Set Gift Ideas – Doctors Set Medical Case

RRP £19.95

doctors set gift ideas

Doctors Set Medical Case on Amazon UK

  • Stethoscope with Hearbeat Sounds
  • Blood Pressure Cuff
  • Reflex Hammer
  • Oral Mirror 
  • Syringe
  • Medicine Bottle
  • Otoscope
  • Name Card
  • Carry Case

Okay, so this is the doctors set I chose for my daughter. It had everything I wanted her to have in the set, with some interactivity. The stethoscope makes a heart beat noise and some of the tools light up too which I thought was fantastic. The price honestly didn’t hurt either, I got it on sale for about £11.99, which was almost half price. Not bad for a secondary gift in my opinion!

 

 

 

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