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Play-Doh Mini Bucket

Submitted by on January 24, 2010 – 7:23 pmNo Comment

Play Doh Bucket“All four of the girls sat at the table kneading, rolling and moulding the dough for hours using the Play-Doh – it’s the first peace and quite I’ve had in ages!”

Buy online from Asda Direct

Price £5


Initial thoughts: Sofia received this little bucket as a birthday present last week and I have to say I was a little underwhelmed at the size of it but Sofia couldn’t wait to play with all the moulds and share this with her sisters. This easy-to-carry bucket is filled with 4 cans of Play-Doh and 9 fun picnic-themed accessories.

We liked: Everything!  This has been the most played with toy in the Gore house: period. And the best bit is it only costs a fiver!  All four of the girls sat at the table needing, rolling and moulding the dough for hours and it’s the first peace and quite I’ve had in ages – granted it doesn’t last long though.

The moulds are easy to use and the bucket is very convenient as we were able to carry it along with us on outings to the grandparents.

We weren’t keen: The cans of Play-Doh are small and it’s more than enough to satisfy one child, but there isn’t enough to share between more than two children.   Unfortunately for me I have four, so used a home made recipe to make some more for the other three girls and everyone was happy.

Overall: I can’t recommend this little bucket of Play-Doh enough, the price is fantastic and it is guaranteed to keep your little ones occupied, really encouraging them to use their imagination. Love it.

[By Laura G – Wife of Bold]

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