Here is a link to a doctor coloring page of a doctor with a bag and stethoscope like the ones we made this week!
A few simple blue craft supplies and your child can have a doctor’s set!
by: J. Davis
-3 blue pipe cleaners
-blue construction paper
-clear packing tape
1. Cut out small rectangle (about 2″x3″) and punch a hole in each of the four corners. Loop yarn through the holes to tie in the back around child’s head.
2. Curl up ends (into flat spiral-like a snail-shell) on all three pipe cleaners. Join uncurled ends of pipe cleaners to create basic shape of a stethoscope. Cut out 6 blue circles and tape around each pipe cleaner spiral.
In a continuation of crafts for American Red Cross Month and in honor of Doctor’s Day on March 30th here is a cute doctor’s bag craft from http://familycrafts.about.com/od/doctorsandhospitals/a/doctorbag.htm.
Found another craft idea for American Red Cross Month at http://www.dltk-kids.com/crafts/miscellaneous/mnurse.htm.
In honor of American Red Cross Month I found this easy craft idea from http://www.craftyshops.com/html/craft_idea/CT124_paper_oragami_nurse_cap.html. This is great craft for children that love imaginative play!
Took an idea from http://www.theideabox.com/Easy_Shamrock–even_toddlers_can_do.html , mounted it on to construction paper, and added some green/silver glitter for this easy and sparkly St. Patty’s Day craft!
Found this rainbow idea at http://crafts.kaboose.com/handprint-rainbow.html and thought it was absolutely great! If you wanted you could even embellish with a pot of gold sticker or paper cutout.