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    • by covenly1
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      Is there a child on earth who doesn’t want a doctor kit? Well, if there is, I haven’t met that child, and I am a teacher! This kit is so wonderful, and so inexpensive, that you can get one for lots of kids. This kit only costs $5.

      at Target! It comes in a bright red hard plastic case, with a handle, just like a doctor’s satchel, except that the chld can see the different parts

      of the kit, through the clear plastic window in front! (Even more exciting!) Inside the kit, you can see the stethoscope, the thermometer, the medication, the scissors (child type, child friendly), the child friendly surgeon’s tools and even more.

      The ‘doctor’s’ tools are brightly colored in purple, red, and yellow.

      This is a wonderful way to introduce your child to not being afraid of such things as a stethoscope, as well.

      Once the child has played ...

      • the doctor’s role, it just seems natural.

        After the child has taken other children’s ‘temperatures’, checked their hearts with the stethoscope, pretended to sew up a boo boo, and to decide how much ‘medicine’ the person should take, it becomes a much easier task to TAKE any child to the doctor.

        The instruments are not all strange and unfriendly appearing!

        The kit has a neat place for each doctor tool, and is easily all put back

        into the kit when it is done being played with.

        I got my grandson and his cousin each one, as they play together all the time, and this way, they can turns being the doctor without any repercussions! LOL This teacher, highly recommends this kit.

        Just look for the bright red satchel with all the doctor’s tools inside, and pay a mere $5.

        for hours and hours of fun.

        You can’t miss being a great gift giver with this one………REALLY!

    Saibabu says :

    Hi, My kid is with age of 6 months,as he is suffering with cold,fever and motions we went to hospital,he prefered to join in hospital and giving injection like rantac , ivimicin100 , magtam1g in Celine. can you suggest these drugs are ok for will be great help if you help me in this regards. Regards. Saibabu.Kolli 9030025489
    Galega says :

    Yes, all of these medicines can be given to 6 months old baby under medical supervision. I think you need to trust your doctor.
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