Win 3 Play-Doh Craft Books. ($50 arv)


Sponsored by Silver Dolphin Books and Play-Doh and Hosted by Mom Does Reviews and her great blogging friends!

Every kid loves PLAY-DOH! Hey, I still love it at my age! I remember playing with it as a young girl and now I have little ones that enjoy it. It’s fun to use the imagination to build and rebuild little items.

PLAY-DOH and Silver Dolphin Books have teamed up to create an entire line of fabulous books and activity sets with the fitting tagline “Where Learning and Creativity Take Shape.” Just in time for holiday gift giving, Silver Dolphin is debuting three new titles literally bursting with colorful images, engaging stories and craft ideas and classic PLAY-DOH components, including cans of PLAY-DOH, plastic shaping utensils and double-sided play mats. Truly the COMPLETE package!

** Hands-on education is priority number one for the new Let’s Create series, and children can make their own shapes and letters using the PLAY-DOH compound, letter and shape molds, and a double-sided play mat that are enclosed with each book in this series.**

* Christmas Craft Fun — a boxed set which contains a 32-page activity book, a whimsical story about Holiday Hound and Christmas in Jollytown, 4 cans of Play-Doh, and 15 cool holiday projects will certainly keep youngsters busy Christmas morning making their own ornaments and decorations.

* Let’s Create: Letters introduces youngsters to the letters of the alphabet, the first step in learning to read. Zany Zebra takes a trip through different classroom settings to identify key objects related to letters.
* Let’s Create: Shapes, kids take a trip through “town” and learn basic shape recognition – a key pre-school math skill.

Go to to learn more about the entire Play-Doh line and print some fun coloring sheets too!

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The giveaway

One lucky winner will win the holiday giveaway of all three titles: Christmas Craft Fun, Let’s Create: Shapes and Let’s Create: Letters (ARV $48.85).

The giveaway is open to US only, 18_

The giveaway ends 12/15 at 1159p est

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  1. Katie Moyle says

    My daughters 3 and is just starting to get into Playdo. She loves using my rolling pin and cookie cutters with her Playdo

  2. Christy Denton says

    The most creative thing my kids and I (mostly me, actually) have made out of play doh was a mermaid. It was pretty well done, but boy do I regret it now! Every time my three year old plays with play doh mommy has to make a mermaid :)

  3. Jessica Parent says

    My daughter (now 19) made an entire village of Snowmen when she was 7 ….Ohhh wait it was the Christmas cookie she made for Santa out of Playdoh that was the most creative though…..(she was 5)…Said so he will always have a cookie on him (We still pull it out all these years later-although it has recently cracked in half

  4. stephanie u. says

    Ill be honest, We’ve never had it in the house yet. But my kids are old enough and would like to try this out

  5. Melanie C says

    Here as of late we’ve been working on a very elaborate Rudolph and santas sleigh. Now of course, it may only be elaborate and pretty to us lol.

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