Friday, September 18, 2015

First-Ever PLAY-DOH Month Celebration

My boys are very happy to get to play together. They love PLAY-DOH, let's see what can they do with the play them.

A theme for them to play would be
"Shape a Colourful Community".

PLAY-DOH is fun and no limit to your imagination, you can play with your children. 
It can be a tool to encourage learning and experimentation, it's hard to beat PLAY-DOH -
through hands on, structured play and encouragement children can learn many skills, from recognizing shapes and colors. 
Learn how to mix and blend, and even social and intellectual skills such as
collaboration and problem-solving.

My sons busy opening the PLAY-DOH cans
Who want to win some PLAY-DOH prizes?
Read on to find out where you can win.

Some creations of PLAY-DOH that we enjoy making together.

Pumpkin and Banana, hehe.. there goes the purple Minion with bananas in mouth.

What's in the making by my son?
School holiday soon, have you plan for any family plans?

My son enjoying himself in this Friday's evening.
Above we play together to make fruits we can buy in Malaysia.
Durian, Mangosteen, Banana, Mango, Grapes, Papaya, Oranges, Strawberry
Hello- I love Malaysia

Don't forget to mark your calendar for next Saturday. PLAY DOH Day roadshow is on 26 September 2015 from 10am onwards at HighStreet New Wing, 1 Utama Shopping Center.

You can bring your children to join The Malaysia Book of Records for the most PLAY-DOH sculptures created in a day on September 26, and a successful attempt will see your PLAY-DOH creations on display for all Malaysians to admire, with the most sculptures winning exciting PLAY-DOH prizes. 

Let's take part together to set a new Malaysia Book of Records for creating the most number of sculptures that be represent colorful and heart warming Malaysian culture and way of life.

37 comments:

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    1. yeah a good activity and bonding time with kids to play.

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  2. Always loved playing with plasticine. But always have problems separating them after I'm done sculpting.

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    1. yeah once you mix the color together, hard to separate them.

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  3. Nice theme... I love the fruits of Malaysia theme and your little boy seems to be having a lot of fun too!!!!!

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    1. both of them love to play together, its so fun brotherhood for them.

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  4. Sherry...I love playdoh. Look forward to get this for my kids

    Kolin zainal

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  5. Wow! Your boys is happy to get to play together. I used to play Play Doh when I was young!

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    1. yeah, they have a good time together.

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  6. Your boys is happy to get to play together. I used to play Play Doh when I was young!

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  7. so colouful and definitely a good source of activity for my kid. Plus creative to boot

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    1. yeah depend what you want to make together with them.

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  8. you must be enjoying play with your kids. They seem happy with the Play- Doh

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    1. yeah even my sis-in-law also play together.

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  9. Play-Doh is so versatile. Don't I wish I was a kid again.... or have kids to play with. It certainly is a good bonding activity.

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    1. yeah kids childhood are priceless. :D

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  10. I actually enjoyed playing Play-Doh during my younger days. I hope this will still be around when I have my kids in the future. So they can have an awesome experience with Play-Doh too! :)

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    1. yeah I also play during my childhood, back then doesn't have this brand.

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  11. Nice and creative artwork by your sons. Still to start mine soon.

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  12. I used to play this with my brother when I was young. I should take up some of my time and play with my niece in future. hehe

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    1. that's great, I don't have memory of playing with my siblings.

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  13. Play-doh is a great toy for the kids. My girls always play it but never keep them properly hence all dried up :(

    http://waiyee.blogspot.com/

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    1. yeah, same here need to keep properly else dried up.

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  14. It is indeed something fun and if we parents play together it wll be a great family bonding

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  15. What a great activity for the kids! Unleashing their creative juices!

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  16. i love playdoh, can't wait to try out with my kids how to build something about Malaysia

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  17. Your kids so creative! hehe. A good way to train their creativity too :)

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  18. play doh! throw a bucket here can!! :P

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  19. Playdoh month is running in Singapore to and kids are so creative with these play doh.

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  20. I like play doh. Even when I was kid... probably even upto now haha.

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  21. Hi Sherry, thanks for sharing this, your 2 boys look alike though. I plan to get some for my kids expressive art workshops :)
    Cheers, https://siennylovesdrawing.wordpress.com/

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  22. Hi dear. Your boy so cute. I like the durian mould. Creative.

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  23. Playdoh!!! how i miss them! I remember how i used to cry when i accidentally mixed the colours up making it look ugly XD

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  24. I played PLAY-DOH too when I was kid with my siblings, had so much fun working out our creativity :)

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  25. What a lovely activity for your kids Sherry :) Creativity with Play Doh is the best!

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  26. I like playdoh but hate the cleaning up after playing it. Ha!

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