One Clay Center with Play Doh (a Constructive Playthings EXCLUSIVE!), two very excited little girls and a babysitter. About Constructive Playthings:
“US Toy/Constructive Playthings is a family owned business serving loyal customers since 1953! We strive to inspire learning, creativity, and fun by offering a unique mix of high quality products with unparalleled play value for children. Our success can be attributed to strict adherence of the values and principles set forth by our company founders, like the commitment to forgo selling violent toys. We hope to continue providing both unique product offerings and top flight customer service for many years to come!“
In case you missed my excited announcement, did you know that I was selected as a Constructive Playthings Mom! Each month, I will get to review a toy and let you know exactly what my daughters and I think of it AND I get to give something away, too! Pretty cool, huh?
For my very first review, we were given the task of selecting a Constructive Playthings Exclusive toy. After checking out the options, I decided on the Clay Center with Play Doh, which can be purchased for $28.99 (or if you use my Constructive Mom Exclusive discount by clicking on the logo in my right sidebar or in this post, you will receive 15% off, this toy would only be $24.65)! This toy is designed for children ages 3 and over and includes 74 pieces. A little about the toy from the website:
“Designing with Play-Doh® is fun and easy with this caseload of sturdy plastic tools: extruders, stampers, rollers, molds, cookie cutters, 4 figures and more. Set includes four 5 oz. tubs of Play-Doh® in a variety of colors.”
One night last week, my husband and I had a much needed date night and asked my Mom to babysit the kids while we were away. I thought this toy would be a great way to occupy the girls and involve my Mom in a fun activity. While Play Doh is always a hit in my house, accessories are a must. Without them, I can make……..well…..a snake. With my Scientific brain, coming up with creative clay projects is quite difficult. The 74 accessories allowed my girls to play with this set for HOURS without getting bored.
As a Mom, I love that they used their imaginations while working together to play and create fun creatures, food products, houses and silly faces. And what made it even better is that my Mom enjoyed it just as much as the girls did! Isn’t Play Doh a timeless toy? I would highly recommend this developmental toy from Constructive Playthings!
My family had the great pleasure of testing out the Clay Center with Play Doh from Constructive Playthings, a great store with a huge selection of educational toys. My daughters loved creating fun sculptures with the various accessories (their favorite was the rolling pin with stencils!) and played creatively for over an hour. The low price (did I mention you can get a 15% discount by clicking on the Constructive Playthings logo on my right sidebar?) makes this a great gift for birthday parties or the holidays!
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This product review is the opinion of the Experimental Mommy. Others may have a different experience. Constructive Playthings supplied me with samples for review, but all opinions are 100% mine.