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Haven’t had Play Doh in my house for 10 years now. There’s a reason for that. No kid under the age of 18 will ever be able to look you in the eye and honestly tell you that they cleaned ALL of it up. The only way to know is to wait for 48 hours and walk through the play area with bare feet. Think stepping on LEGOs is bad?! Step on a minuscule amount of hardened Play Doh. It’s like stepping on a rusty nail minus the tetanus. So instead of purchasing this for my home, I decided to send it as a gift to my brother’s children. I didn’t want him to feel left out. He has four children and from my understanding it was a huge hit with the kids. I’m sure it will be placed on the “banned” gift list right above the Elsa Microphone and bleeding ears Deluxe Firetruck with Real Siren Sounds they received for Christmas.
Very fun and engaging. I've bought other play doh sets that are fine but not that compelling. This one is a winner! Just really fun items to create with. It's a small set, but makes good use of the items it has. The "pruning shears" are the big hit over here - super fun apparently to slice up play doh! But all the pieces are great. The extruding features are a little challenging for a very young toddler - maybe because they are small? But with a bit of help/practice it's gone fine.
I love it, my kid really likes it. We do a lot of play doh play as part of occupational therapy for my kiddos' grip and such. I like that there are so many options for fine motor practice with this kit and it's entertaining play gardening as well. We mix our play-doh colors little by little so it's always fun to watch the colors meld as they "grow" out of the pot/flowerbed. The scissors are small but still work for my seven year old for quick snips here and there. Some trouble cleaning as is usual with these kinds of toys but try to get most the left-over by "stamping" with other playdoh and/or letting the residue dry before the next use and just scrape it away.