I'm not sure why anyone would give this product anything less than five stars. I just started working in an elementary school for autism and this starter kit is a go-to. I use it as a reinforcer/reward after the kids have complete there required activities and I can still target my therapy goals while they are "playing." I can use it to target follow directions. The blue pan has lots of different items imprinted (i.e. pretzel, candy, cookie) and I can ask them to make me target objects/vocabulary in different colors. It comes exactly as pictured. The rolling pin has designs on it which most kids find cool, but I have had a few kids who just want a regular rolling pin. Not that big of a deal. The cookie cutters work fine. Most of my kids stay away from the tube thing. I know it can be tricky to get the play-doh out and my kids just don't seem that interested in it. As for it sticking everywhere, it's play-doh. You have to know where to use it. Clean table tops work just fine. Be mindful of any paper you may have nearby (for me it was my notes) as it is nearly impossibly to get off of paper. This is a great buy for kids whether at home or in a school setting. I definitely recommend it!
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My 3-year-old grandson loves this set. I keep it at my house so he has something fun to play with, and he asks for it a couple times a day. I just set him up in his high chair, pull my chair up next to him and we play. He loves squeezing the Playdoh through the syringe thing to make worms or donuts. Of course he had to use all the colors at the same time, so now his Playdoh has become a nice shade of grey.
This is a great package deal. One con, the box doesn't hold up well and no container comes with it to keep the items organized when not in use. I recommend buying a large pencil box or even using a large tupperware container so the toys don't get separated or lost. The toy is a lot of fun though and keeps my little girl busy. We have her fake cook with the play dough set while we really cook and she loves it.
We got this for our almost three year old for Christmas. After watching her fall in love with a set we got one of her cousins, we decided to find one that she might like too. When she opened it, she was so excited! It's her first play-doh set and she absolutely loves it! She asks to play with it all the time and it's easy to get out, play with, and put back away. It comes with a good amount materials - five play-doh colors, a baking sheet with imprints, a spatula, a rolling pin that leaves a design on the play-doh when rolled, 4 cookie cutters, a plate, and an extruder. The cookie cutter shapes are heart, circle, square, and star. I love that it came with so many colors and you don't need a lot to do the cookies. It's pretty easy for her to use especially the cookie cutters. The play-doh is starting to dry out pretty quickly, but it's easy to get more.
My kids love it, so I love it........keeps the kiddos busy making all types of different shapes, characters, and play food. Definitely a good buy, especially with tv and all the technology, kids rather play on an iPad; so taking a break off that sounds good to me!!
I bought it for my sons 4th birthday. I have four kids from 2-7 and they played for two hours with the playdoh. It arrived on time and was easy to get out of the box. The kids love pretending to be bakers. Great gift and I would recommend it.
Super cute set! The roller has imprints on it. The jury is still out on that bit (since you would normally use a smooth roller for cookies). The kids didn't really need cookie cutters, but the tops are flat (easier for pressing downward) and it keeps them out of my collection. Our favorite part is the little mold on the cookie sheet that looks like one of those cream-filled chocolate cookies. Oreos are my daughter's favorite cookies ;)
I bought two of these for my two granddaughters, since they do not like sharing 🤣 They love playing and "cooking" in their pretend kitchen. These "cookie" molds and rolling pins are perfect for their "baking" needs.