*Ad-gifted: We were gifted these Play Stuff Dough Scrummy Shop kits in exchange for this post
L is showing her creative side lately with all her crafting and makes she’s brought home from preschool. So she was very excited to have a look at a couple of products from the John Adams Play Stuff Dough range – Party Fun and Scrummy Shop. Of course, as I’ve mentioned before she’s massively into role play so playing shops is one of her favourites.
The 3D play scene is sturdy, non-stick and has two illustrated areas for the dough to be played on. After playtime, everything folds away! The box folds out to reveal the playboard, then simply fold it away when finished! Store your dough and tools away neatly inside! Clip it together until next time. Safe plastic tools for rolling, moulding, and chopping. Fun little moulds help children to develop hand-eye coordination & imagination play.
Please note this product contains wheat. Fun to play with but not to eat.
Play scene 8 x moulds 3x play stuff dough tubs
Ages : 3-6 years.
What We Thought
I’m loving the idea that the Play Stuff Dough sets come in their own reusable playset. Not only it saves on waste but it’s perfect for travelling as everything you need is contained in the set itself.
The tools are safe for moulding and chopping the dough. There is a little puzzle included – Can you find the 10 hidden gingerbread figures?
With a fantastic wipe-clean play surface, it can be used over and over again.
The moulds are perfect for creating play fruit and coins for the shop. We have been having lots of fun at the weekend making and role-playing shop keepers.
Play Stuff Dough Party Fun
The Play Stuff Dough Party pack is more of a top-up pack I feel. It contains 3 tubs of dough and a multi-use utensil. Just like the Scrummy Shop, it has a playboard you can fold up and reuse over and over again.
There are numbers 1 – 10 to find in on the card scene (both sides are playable). You can decorate all the cupcakes with your play stuff dough helps with manual dexterity. Plus use the multi-use tool to stamp out the shapes to play noughts and crosses (or stars!)
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