Fostering creativity, being able to think out of the box, brainstorming, generating new ideas and improving on existing
ones are important tools for young minds. Which is why Play-Doh continues to captivate the imaginations of children
around the globe, providing them with the best in colourful, creatable, makeable adventures!
High quality Play-Doh compound is non-toxic and is made up predominantly of simple ingredients including water, salt
and flour. As children’s safety is always Hasbro’s top priority, Play-Doh compound undergoes vigorous testing to ensure
it meets (and exceeds) all applicable global safety standards and regulations. This is why, after more than 64 years,
Play-Doh remains a loved and trusted brand for parents, caregivers and teachers worldwide!
A classroom favourite, Play-Doh combines the fun with essential development and learning benefits (listed below).
Providing ideal opportunities to practice and nurture kids critical thinking and problem solving, communication,
collaboration and creativity skills while exploring a range of topics and skills including language, math, science, social
studies, and the arts. Additionally engaging toddlers and young children (ages 2-6 years) with sensory, open-ended
play activities can help them prepare for the big, elaborate world.
3.All the squishing, rolling, flattening and shaping helps to enhance fine motor skills by developing and strengthening
hand muscles, which encourages pre-writing and other motor skills such as cutting with scissors, using tweezers,
holding a pencil etc. The tactile, hands-on nature of Play-Doh compound can also help encourage development of
4.Play-Doh offers kids a multi-sensory experience allowing them to learn about their world through touch, sight and
smell. Sitting and squishing Play-Doh is also a very calming and soothing activity, which eases tension, releases extra
energy as well as improves focus and concentration.
5.Playing with Play-Doh in a small group and/or with adults presents opportunities for children to develop social skills
such as collaborative problem solving, planning and playing as well as learning to effectively communicate ideas or
discuss what they are making. Children can also learn to effectively engage in individual play sharpening their focus,
patience and concentration skills.