My twins are huge fans of Play-Doh. They enjoy making various shapes and just playing around with the various creations they make. I like Play-Doh because apart from the fact that it keeps them very busy for hours, it is also great in helping the children develop the pencil grip muscles they need for writing. That fact alone encourages me to keep stocking up on more Play-Doh.
The lovely people at Hasbro kindly sent us a pack of Play-Doh Kitchen Creations, and I know the Kiddies are going to be very busy with it this half term. They were also sent us a box of edible, personalised doughnuts to celebrate Valentine’s Day, which we have been munching on.
Play-Doh Kitchen Creations £10.99
This Play-Doh Kitchen Creations Delightful Doughnuts Set includes an unassembled stand, sprinkle crank, 4 donut moulds, donut hole tool, frosting tool, teacup, 4 two-ounce cans of Play-Doh Brand Modelling Compound, 2 creation cards, and instructions. This set allows the kids to be as creative as they like in their make-believe kitchen/donut cafe. If your kids are into role play as much as mine, they will adore this play set. It allows the kids explore their bakery and creative skills.
Children can create and decorate their very own make-believe donuts thanks to the colourful Play-Doh moulds. The donuts can be moulded in many shapes and sizes.
This Play-Doh Kitchen Creations is for children who are 3 years old and over, due to small parts which could lead to a choking hazard.. Adult supervision is required when setting up the play set. It took me less than 2 minutes to set it all up. The Play-Doh should not be eaten. It contains Wheat. Non-Toxic.
I recommend the Play-Doh Kitchen Creations to parents of kids over 3 years who are into role play and crafts. If you have reception primary school children struggling with writing and holding the pencil properly, I would say you get some Play-Doh to help them develop the pencil grip.
Are you kids fans of Play-Doh? Have they tried this Play-Doh Kitchen Creations? What do you think of the play set?