Play-Doh Kitchen Oven Review

We are HUGE fans of Play-Doh in this house, it is our go-to toy when it’s too cold outside and when in need of a creative pick-me-up. Which is rather handy now that the weather has turned. Ho hum, Christmas…

Unlike my single days, where I loaded up all my friend’s kids with sweets and e-colourings, now I’m a Mum I appreciate that is not the best idea! So in recent years I have turned to practical yet fun gifts and Play-Doh is right up there. Not just for other kids, but for my own too.

Play-Doh Kitchen Creations

Are so much fun, quite literally rolled in to one! My son is a huge fan, and I love particularly how they have universal appeal to both boys and girls..

It comes in an ample size box, making it very exciting for your little one to unwrap. Once you do, you’re greeted with fun, colourful packaging and a box of goodies to rip open!

What can it do?

There’s *so* much fun to be had! Warm up mince pies, bake Christmas cakes and top your pizza, with the many moulds, cutters and tools it comes with. Best of all, the oven (which requires batteries) gives the impression of heating up with colourful lights and even makes a BING noise when it’s done!  This never fails to impress little Boo!

We always have a lot of fun making creations, although I always find I get a bit too into it and competitive! You can tell who made the fish cake below!



Product Features

  • Six pots of Play-Doh
  • A toy oven with lever
  • Moulds for all your favourite foods – from pizza to muffins!
  • White light changes to red and oven makes bing! sound when done “baking”
  • 3 cutters, roller, knife, fork, spoon, plate, 6 cans of Play-Doh Brand Modelling Compound (12 ounces total), instructions, and creation card

The science bit…

Good for: Indoor play, creativity, learning colours, role play,

Age suitability: 3+

Batteries: Obvs, 3 x AA

Where to buy: Smyths Toys for £19.99

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